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Beachers to roll up sleeves for swine flu vaccine 



By STEVE STONE 
SUN News Editor 

ItUflnaUybere/ 

The (piestlon now is, will the pub- 
lic acctpt the swine nu vaccinations? 

It a letter to various city ojfflcials 
released to the press last week Di- 
rector of H^ltb WUilam B. Craw- 
ford said in part, "Originally it was 
felt that it would be neccessary to 
ran (mass clinics) until 9 p.m., how- 
eTer, with the recent adverse publl- 
ctty It is felt that the turn oat will 
be smaller." Clinic hours are now 
set for &tnrday and Sunday, Nov. 6 



and? from 9a.m. to 6 p.m. 

The clinics will be held at six stra- 
tegic locations in the city. Citisens 
18 and over may receive immunia- 
tlons at: Cos High School, Virginia 
Beach Jr. High, Kellam High, Plasa 
Jr. High, Bayslde High and Kemps- 
vUle High. 

Thl»program is requiring colora- 
tion of numerous city depertnwBts and 
agencies and in his letter Dr. Craw- 
ford notes the, "whole hearted coop- 
eration of all parties concerned in this 
underatking and the consideration 
shown during the planning process over 
matters with which we had no control." 



Amor« those organiziiHC related ac- 
tivities will be: 

r-Brace Edwards who will coord- 
inate the rescue squads. A manned 
vehicle will be on location at each (tf 
the six clinics sites. 

• •Mrs. Anne Nelson, acting chapter 
director of the Ameridin Red Cross, 
will staff the clinics with about 400 
volunteers. 

-Captain Terry of the Virginia 
Beadi Police Department will handle 
the police activities in connection with 
the clinics. This will include traf- 
fic control on roads around clinic sites, 
parking at the areas and crowd con- 



trol on location. 

--The VPI Extension Office will 
handle the feeding of all on-locatlon 
volunteers. 

--Local physicians will be on hand 
at each clinic. Scheduling is being 
handled by Dr. John Carlston, pres- 
ident of the Medical Society of Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Original hopes were to innocnlate 
about 3/4 of the city population dur- 
ing the two day period. But the 
deaths of several elderly recipients of 
vaccine has created a nervousness a- 
bout the program with many people. 

Exhaustive medical studies were con- 



ducted after those dMths with a de- 
termination that the vaccine Itself was 
not the cause of the deaths. Rather, 
It Is believed by many physicians, that 
the tension and rush ofthe climes com- 
bined with poor health of victims, were 
the primary contrilHitlng factors. 

In some areas local officials are 
stressing more personal attention for 
those who are elderly and/or in poor 
health when receiving the vaccine. The 
effort Is designed to eliminate the ap- 
prehension. 

Persons who are ill or not sure 
of the advisability of receiving the 
vaccine should contact their family 



doctor for advice prior to attending 
a clinic. Information may also be 
(Mained from the family physician re- 
garding Innoculation of youths under 
18 who will not be vaccinated during 
the regular mass clinics. 

For the benefit of our readers, 
the SUN Is reproducing on the, ed- 
itorial 0Se (page 4) a copy on the 
basic consent form that all recipients 
must sign prior to being vaccinated. 
This will allow readers to be famili- 
ar with the form and save time at 
clinics. 

(Continued on page A -4) 




giRGiNUi Serving the world's largest resort city 



NOV 4 1976 




City of Virginia Beach, Va. 



Wednesday, Nov. 3, 1976 



2 Sections 



15 cents 



Virginia Beacli real estate 
value increases to ^3.2 billion 



qulsitioo (A Information demonstrating 
^jBCli u increase was in order. 

>^^f«isal of profierty at the beach 
was based on foir market value de- 
termined by selling prices of compar- 
able properties in the market, current 
cist of s^t>diicin| a, property less 



Reed an... 



A lot of kids read eomic books, but 
879 la one day? These three Vir- 
giaia Beach boys aceonplisliedjast that 
feat to set a record Ust Snodsy. Ter- 
rtoee Burke, Pete Joaesaad Matt Phil- 
ip, an age 11, set about the task of 
readiai tke piles of comics. They start- 
ad at 7 a.m. and read on through the 
day. Shortly before C p.m. they eom- 
^oM tiM eitort Tke Idea develiqied 
after flie boys read Ibe Cuiness Book 
of World Records aad noticed that there 



was no rccOTd tor eomic bock readtag. 
Now, Witt Mr. Bnrke's he^, thqr «iU 
Inform Gaiaess fliat a record stands. 
So dedicated to the task were the boys, 
that at mid-day they said they would 
skip Halloween if they had to, but they 
made it in time. As for fimrite Buga- 
sines; Torrenee Ittes "Richie Rich," 
Pete likes ''R.R.''aad''AreUe'' and Matt 
is a "^iderman/Supermaa" reader. 
(SUN photo by Steve Stone) 



lierwase two per 
cent ts attributable to growth and new 
dSosiRictioit and 5.4 per cent to the 
im ruappmsals. 

According to a rqwrt sirtunitted 
by Clyde Merrltt Monday afternoon at 
an informal meeting of Council, no 
increases over 1976 were made in some 

areas of the city because market 
analysis has Indicated no need for 
one. In a few "isolated cases," he 
said, anaralsals have been increased 
by 100 per cent or more. These in- 
creases resulted form rezoning, pre- 
vious mechanical error or recent ac- 



Revenue sharing 



^•^iMial 



which makes up 29 per cent of the 
total, Include churches, govemment- 
owned property and others exempted 
bylaw. 

Possible increases in sewer and water 
rates were discussed in an aecutive 
fuAsm Of Oowt^ Ifondjay. JRwpMv- 



receiving the single bid he has learn- 
ed that other prospective purchasers 
were Interested in paying even twice 
as much for the property. 

The property was advertised by the 
City in local newspapers.. 

ft. L. R^s voted a^lnst the re - 



:agd eeraiomle 
on the Income it produces or is cap- 
able of producing. 

The greatest Indicated increise in 
sales price, and in an>raised valua- 
tions Is found among recreational pro- 
perties and properties with water in- 
fluence, according to the report. 

A sample list of real estate trans- 
actions submitted by Merrltt show that 
1977 appraisals were generally higher 
than 1976 appraisals but lower than the 
1976 sales price for the properties. 

The 1977 assessments mailed re- 
cently are 100 per cent evaluation re- 
quired by the 1975 General Assembly. 

Tax exempt property at the Beadh, 



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il w i# i li al >V -m tf i. 'ia>BB i ^JW4M » d | t i »t i» > >W H r . . M i ^M mHkM» jwi^ JwAinet aU 

, M based wh^a City MaMger GeorgeL. mnbury his obUgalians. IUks' asked what 

suggested borrowing through revenue ms to st^ the city from rejecting 



bonds to finance sewer and water in- 
stallation. 

The proposal is eq>ected to be pre- 
sented to Council in the formal docket 
in two weeks. 

Council also decided by a ?ote of 
10-1 to reject a bid of $3,000 re- 
ceived from Carl J. Snowden, 984 
South Lynnhaven Parkway, for a house 
and .8 acre lot purchased by the city 
in conjunction with Phase ni of the 
Lynnhaven Parkway project. City Man- 
ager George L. Hanlmry said that since 



the second set of bids and readver- 
tising again. He suggested that signs 
be placed on such property in the fu- 
ture to notify pe^e of the sale. 
Council also voted to readvertlse the 
sale. 

In other actions. Council: 

—Approved the transfer of $814,612 
from reserve accounts to respective 
bureaus to pay the cost-of-living la- 
crease to city employees authorized by 

(Continued on page A-5) 



National prayer urged 



"im Qtoglonce 



Nawy Smith of Virginia Beach wiU 
be soelag henelf tooight... on tele- 
vtsiOB. Wbuer of orOr |5,000 in mer- 
ehandUa oa "Name That Tme," Mrs. 
Smith is the sybjcct of this week's 
ot. See page A-4. 



Gottlac a social security number 
maaaa i^anning ahead. Jack Uhler ex- 
plalas oa page A-S. 



For the last five weriu cross eon- 
try runners from Beadi schools have 
been eonpetlng. More important 
thou|h, thn ittve boon preparing tor 
the Beach DUtrtct Meet. Story and 
pictures 00 page B-1. 



Paul WUllaau of Virgiida BMch 
has been honored tor Us heroic act- 
ISBS duriag fte Belknm> tire. See page 
A-S. 



Lynahavea and Priacess Anne Jua- 
lOT Bi^ Si^ooU got iato tte act at 
a reeetf to^SbUi game Imlf-time. Old 
Ltnra covers tte bands on iMfO B-S. 

REGULAR FEATURES 

Cheorle^r of tte week .B-Z 

Church aews A-S 

CUssiflsd section.... B-4, B-S 

Eatertalnmaat Page B-« 

Faces A-8 

Free Bans B-4 

P^ridtt PropwstieatioBS B-1 

Sporto B-1. B-2 

A-4 

Girl. A-8 

Vlr^itfa E«i^ Public Notices... 

A-l, A-6. A-7 




Beach to receive 
$2.9 million in aid 



Ausllta^ HMh Potee ^Bcer I. Fos- 
ter UkM to main sure everyone un- 
derrinnds Um clearly while tttrectliv 
tTdOc, Mch as ttat itetottto ll n ptMi i 
Festival pan^recotf y. bHicproeMu 
to BOMis staitar to CaaM Camera's 
"Daactag C(9" of televtsioatame. More 
ptoM «• pace A>4. 



Congressman William Whltehurst 
(R-2nd VA) announced last week that 
Virginia Beach will receive a total of 
|2.9 million this fiscal year under the 
revenue sharing plan. Based onfigures 
provided by the Treasury Department, 
the city will receive a projected total 
of 14.8 million under the four-year 
renoae sharing program. 

"these funds will be a significant 
help to the cltlesii^ Noriolk and Vir- 
ginia Beach," Whltehurst says 
"In addition to helping provide local 
and State tax relief, revenue sharing 
can help create jc^ and put men and 
women back to work. " 

The payment projections are based 
on data for the current mtitlement 
period. The data wUl be revised for 
each period, which can change the fig- 
ures accordingly. Therefore amounts 

Anit-smpking 
clinic planned 
at Kellam 

The Virginia Lung As»>ciation In 
coperatkn with Oe KeyMe Club at 
KeUaa High S<Aool will sponsor an 
antl-8m<*ii« campaign with a series 
of "cold turkey" kkjk-the-haMt classes 
at Kellam Nov. 8-22. 

There wUl be six evening meetings 
stutlng at 7:10 p.m. on Nov. 8 with a 
graduatkm scheduled for the 22nd. 

Anyone Intemted may contact the 
Keyette CM) at 427-3232. 



tor fiscal years 1978, '79, and '80 
are suitable as estimates only. A total 
of nearly $62 million is projected for 
distributton in the Second District. 



The Bicentennial Commission ofVir- 
ginla Beach Is making an aM)eal to re- 
ligious leaders of all faiths In the city 
conduct special Bicentennial ser- 
iHces on Thanksgiving. 

The appeal, issued last week, caUs 
for "services of prayers for our nation 
during this coming Thanksgiving sea- 
son." 

"Our government," the appeal con- 
tinues, "a concept established by our 
founding fathers on the principle of 



government by consent of the govern- 
ed, has endured for 200 years. It Is 
fittbig and proper that we pause at the 
l)eglnning of our third century and give 
thanks through special devotional ser- 
vices for all the. blessings this nation 
has enjoyed." 

Additional information may be d)- 
tained by contacting Evelyn Maloney at 
the Bicentennial Commission office, 
422-1776. 




At sunset 



(SUN photo by aeve ^»e) 



Homebound driver, now see early sunsets with the time change. 



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A-t - VizfiBU B«*di Sua, Mot. S. 1976 




VEPCO plans lines over Great Neck Creek 



Hie Vlifiaia Electric ud 
Fower Comptni, VSf^, 
hu madte ifldleaUonvittlll 
dtftrict eBfineer, V.S.krmf 

CoTfs of EnclMora, Jtr a 
project over the Gretf N«d( 
Cnek at tbe and of (W Vir- 



liataBMiftBonltTUd. 

U |MrBtttad,VEPCp«nild 
eoutrad as overHMl 14.5 
Kv pnrar Um npt»^^«*^ 
40 laal afeon tbe maaa Hkh 
mt^ BlMH-rtiiia to aHwdafh 
^resliMMy 250 faat aeniaa 
tin vrtcrmy. 



Beach walkers 
Invited to join 



Tlie Virginia Lhbi Aa- 
aodation, wkidi vonorad 
a vaik ia Virgiato Baadi oo 
Oct. 9, hopes to raiae abovt 
^,000 from tbe effort of. the 
t12 yooncsters iriM brayed 
the eold, raiajr weather and 
wind that day. 

Howerer, there vere many 
via iasoffled that the walk 
was cancelled (as it was in 
Chesapeake ) due to thewaa- 
ther. 

Those who had raitad 
qwDsor lists brt didwitwalk 
are invited to parUc^iate in 
the readiedded diesapeake 
walk M Not. 6. 

Tally sheets from the Vir- 
ginia Beach walkers will be 
honored. The Chesapeake 
walk will begin at 9 a.m. at 



Indian RiTw Bigji School in 
Cheaapaake. 

For additional latormatioa 
call 955-3059. 



The purpose ct the pro- 
poaed projed is to etlMd 
tiectrieal swT^ to rMi- 
tetts«fViiiiaiaBea^. 

VSPCO is rMiuind to ob- 
tain a pennii tnm the Vir- 
ginia Marine Rcsourees 
Comniaston. There hsTe 
been ^wrknis Dq»rto«it ctf 
the Array permits is«Md la 
the area. 

The dedaionwhethertois' 
sue a permit wiU be based 
00 an eralaation of the pro- 
baUi Impact of the pn^iMed 
actiTlty 00 the publte lltftr- 
est. Hie deci^M will rMect 
the nattonal ooneem for both 
protocUon and utiUsatiofi (A 
important rasourcM. 

tlie benefit which reason- 



ddy miy be aqwcted to ae- 
cne from Oe ^uposal must 
be baluicad a^liat its rea- 
aaenl^F fbcMMipiide «rtri - 
mwts. AUfhdMiiMdiiwir 
be rtlavaat to tt* |»«poaal 
wU be »»siSnwil; among 
u^e are eonserratioa, ee- 
onofflta, aesth^es. goMral 
MiTiraunM^ eowrentt, 
historic Talaes, fish and 
wlUUfi valRts, ffaxid damage 
prevention, laad use dassi- 
tlcaUoB, navii^tioa, recm- 
tton. water s^v^. water p- 
ality ant, to goienl, 
toe needs and welfare of to* 
pet^^e. 

No pennS will be gnated 
untess tto iasittnce Is found 
to be is the pddie interest. 

Aiqr person may request a 



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pvme hsariag to 
Tiem, ofrtdeaaudiaftma 
tkm <M a peraittii^eatioB.* « 
Tl»ra^anntbes«b-| 
nMM to wrttlBff to tte dls- i 



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trict Nf^ieer I9 Mv. 
and at^ speeifie 
for hoUtog the publte baar- 
ing. I 

A public hearing wiU be | 
graaled mOesa the distrlet I 
engtoeer d^rmiaes, in i 
writing, that ttere are no 3 
substaiitlal lasuea to »« add- 1 
resaad to tto piMic hMring | 
or tw BO vaUd tatiriit win g 
be aenrod by toe hsartog. | 

PreiiniuiT reriMolliw I 
apfdiatton has tadectadaiat S 
u eBTirotoMta! U^Mt s 
stotemairt wiU not berequir- 1 
ed. tf 



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Admitslon iOMfwal V^i 



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peraestfkw 
4I( Skate HanU 




roo SHOP FAU. 8F8CIALS 
JJ*J»» ' #e«lals-IO-|d%flll 

SatwdBfaadftiadar &u!^!!^iSS^' 

l-gp,*. MB0C«flpir,.wiiiipl, 

L^Sa«ionsFri.aidSat. ami JohniOB'a B6«lsj 

9-n:i9».m. and lee akaHag nvpltof 



I aad Boekey Sehati Datty 
Beday Tata S^-ipjtB prapaaa 
Call 4n-40M or dU-IMl lor toto, 



Cands Lumber Co. 

A Division of the Chesapeake 
Corporation of Virginia 




Buf%r9 of Plim mnl 

Hardwood TUabw 

CMCoNmI 
1-919-93S-102e 



StaBey. II, of Perryrille, Md., thought tto 
oeeaa lootod toTiting daring Sunday's mild weatter, bat 
ato aeenu a Idt suiprised. (SUN ptoto by Stare Stone) 

Council ponders question 
6f wtiat is trash 



• One man's trash is a- 
nattor man'a hobby. Tate 
tie rundown car idled 19 
ia aomebody's back yard. Is 
it truh or does tto owner 
t*Te a hobby ot rrtmUdii« 
e^ra? 

I Councilwomaa Meyeta 0- 
tomdorf Ifimdaji aitera»o 
asked at Virginia Beach 



l!>hillip8 

seeks 

ij^ermit 



tSamoalC. PhlUlpsofMlS 
Cknal Rd. in Virginia Beach 
hks made ^iplicationwitothe 
district engtoeer tor permto- 
sion to construct approxi- 
liately lO linear feet <tf tim- 
bfcrahaat-pile bulkhead. 

; The btfldia«l would to 
I^ced qiproiimately seven 
feet chanMlwardofttoeiist- 
ttg concrete bulkhead. Cm- 
^mction would take i^ce to 
Broad Bay at tto PhUUps 
nsidence. 

'. Preliminary reriewoftto 
i^ppilcatioa hu iadieatadttot 
ipi eriromental impact 
^temat will do* Mreipdr- 
ad. 

'. Repliea to toe triplication 
atwuM to made to toe dto- 
triet engiiwer, U.S. Army 
Corps (rf Efigineers, to Nor- 
fplk, b^ore Not. to. 



Council meeting what was 
eoaaidered trash by toe city 
for tto purposes of requir- 
ing residents to clean up 
toeir yards. 

Virginia Beadi City Man- 
ager George L. babury said 
that Junked Tehicles to resi- 
denUal netfUboritoods' are 
"one of our problems," 
along wtth old ttres, old re- 
frigerators, OTergrown 
weeds and litter. But toe 
city can go only so tor to 
forcing a pnqwrty owner 
to dean np his pn^wrty. 
Tto constitutional righto of 
tto property owner taTe to 
to considered. 

To enforce dean-qw, tto 
city has to to guided by toe 
nneral welfhre and hMlto 
of tto comnHa^ so tto 
Health Dqiartmait has t>eeD 
tto agent for determining 
wtere toe dty can require 
tto tomeowner to clean up 



Board 
to meet 



The Hampton Roads Water 
Quality Agency Board will 
told its quarterly meeting 
Not. 3, at 2 p.m. This meet- 
ing will be held to toe Hamp- 
ton Roads &nitotion District 
Commtosion Room at 1436 
Air Rail Ave., Airport to- 
dustrial Park, Virginia 
Beach. 



his property. 

Tto matter came n|> as 
Council considered an ordi- 
nance to traaafer toe func- 
tion from tto Heattb Depart- 
ment to toe Department of 
Permits and toqwdions, to 
eoojundton wtto tto heattb 
Dqiartment toease«iniinto-e 
tration. 

Tto onUnaace was passed.. 

The procedure remains tto 
same. Whw tto owner or 
occupant of a residence fails 
to clean up Mi prqiwrty af- 
ter notifintitm by toe city, 
tto dty WiU do toe iob and 
tto resident a bill 



Metrics 
offered 

Tto Virglnto Beach Cam- 
pua of TMewater Commnn^y 
College will offer a four- 
wedc coarse to "practical ap- 
plication of metrics" on 
Thursdays beginning Not. 4 
at 7:30 p.m. 

TUs non-credit course 
will to tougM by David S. 
Wright and will toclode an 
overview of toe an>licatioo 
of toe metric system to 
everyday uses. 

Registntton wiU to to 
classroom C-121 at 7 p.m. 
on Not. 4. To reserve a 
space caU the Office o^Cm- 
ttotting Education at 
427-3070. 



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ISHIKAWA JUDO SCHOOL 

1201 UMlun Rood Viivmia Bmch, Virginio 

• linfructor— TakoiMlto bKikowa— 8th Degree Block Beft 
tHochi-Oon) 

• Qmses— Starting October 1. 1976 

• B e giil i u Mon— itoftlag week of Sept. 20. (976. 

• legimieni Ootses— TtMsdoy ond Wednesdoy, 6:30 to 
7i30 fM, 950l00 for t3 lessons dhciudes registration 

• Advonced Oostes— Momhiy-Thursdoy-Frkk^ 7-JX to 
f<X} P.M..Iboistratiofi Fee' ^.00. MontMy Poymenl— 
$30.80. Visitors Fee $5.00 



locmnan Oau«$ ond AdtioncMl OoSMI Mcluda matt and 
vKMHW tfom OQ* t3 yaors <md up 



• Oiildren's Oossei— Ages 5 throwgfi 12 yeort. 
Wednesdoy-^ P.M. to 9-30 P.M. 
Soturdoy tO o.m. to 12 noon 
No f eglsfrohon Necessory 




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B^re we ecplain why, you 
should know tfiat youll be dMe to 
niake € direct-dialed calls each month 
to the Directory Assistance Operatcr 
for no adcitional char;g& Studies 
have d»wn thaf s twice as many as 
the avera^ person usually makes. 

Of course, people who are vis- 
ually or phyacally handicapped and 
are un^e to use a telephwie 
direcbMy provided by C&P will be 
exempted for calls made from their 
residence telephone. An exemptkm 
form is available ftom your Virpiia 
C&P Telephone Cwnpany Busings 
Office, ana well gladly assist any- 
one who needs help completii^ 
theftMm , , 

And there will be no charge fw 
directory asastanoe calls fix)m 
hotels, motds, hosjpitals, and coin 
plKMies (except calls billed to aedit 
cards, third number and collect calls), 
or fijr out-of-state kjog distance (&ec- 
tory a^istance calls. 

But you sh(«ild know that you 
wiU be charged 10« for each direct- 
(^ed dire(£i»y assistaiMX call after 
thosefirst 6 each month. (When call- 
ii^ #«3Uay as^taiKX, ostomCTS 
in some areas will have an ooerator 
come on the lii» to identify me tele- 



phwie number. However, charging 
will iKJt occur until after the sbcth 
directory asastancte callis completed) 
Hae's why we're starting to aaige 
for directory assBtance. 

Last year, C&P Xelephoiie spent 
$12millkMi i<x directiMy assistaike 
in Virania At the same time, we 
spait $4 million prirtting and dis- 
tributing your telephone dirotories. 

That's paying twi<« for essen- 
tially the same service. 

That's a double cost And double 
cost eventually wote its way back 
to you-kiKJw-who. 

You. 

You should know that 9% of our 
cu^omoB make around 50% of the 
directory asastance calls. 

So most of you are payir^ for a 
service you rarely use, but a service 
that some people misuse. 

We want to keep plwne costs 
(town. For everj^y We want to 
make your {dune service as eflRqeit 
aspo^3}l& 

That's why we have to start 
diargir^ for <firectory assistance 
calls in Virginia. 

Tliat's a way for us to cmtrol 
costs. And that will work its way 
bade to you, too. 



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W« ea» not tell you muck ilMmt ma 
^mt ikU wA, We dw't wn ttU 
,lw tat • Hat, feat to tot btM Uflai 



•t Ito VlrgUa B«teh SPCA rtalttr, 
A* Itit flMrt tayiMrt, but ttorti crt 
^auqr ^ otttr IWflitlMi, unloved ttf> 
•lull «to Art at lonely at to. Tto 
twi Inay it ttot ttwte aninaU eu 
bttit i« tuieli top^Msa to a toOM 
by tlnpljr tekv Itort. All it lakea it 
A ttliptatt oU toftl iMrt toferou- 
|lk» ttooi "MMi^iw" «t OMOf tMmav 
yttklvila of Hw wererow4id Beack 
pSPCA'«tolt«r. CtM 4N*itol. 



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Qroundwater act now 
Applies to Virginia shore 



^Adminlstntive requirements of the 
ihte'i crmmdwater act of 1973 aow 
aiply to the Eastern Store of Vir- 
ghia, tto State Water Control Bcnrd 
hat announced. An order declaring the 
Eastern Shore a critical groundwater 
area was Issued at tto board's meet- 
ing September 27-28 at Virginia Beach. 

A twelve-month study and report on 
groundwater conditions InHorthampton 
and Accomack counties as well as com- 
ments from a public hearing last June 
in Eastville prompted the decUratloo, 
which will provide for management of 
declining groundwater levels, mini- 
misation of further interference among 
groundwater pollution and evaluation of 
applicatiois for new withdrawals 
of groundwater in order to ensure a 



continued supply of groundwater on tto 
Eastern Short. 

Under the-act, an industrial or com- 
mercial user of 50,000 gallons of 
groundwater or more per day has sis 
montto in which to file a registration 
statement with the board. An industrial 
or commercial user with a well under 
construction on November I should also 
file a registration statement within six 
months. In addition, an industrial or 
commercial user wishing to Increase 
usage of groundwater or to construct 
a new well with a capacity of morethaa 
50,000 gallons per day mast fUe an 
aH>Ucation for a permit to construct 
a water well and to use groundwater. 

A munidpalty must meet these re- 
quirements if it supplies more than 



50,000 gallons of groundwater per day 
to a single industrial or commercial 
user. 

Two public intornutioh meetings 
on the administrative requirements 
of the groundwater act as well as rules 
of tto board and standards for water 
wells relative to critical groundwater 
areas will be held Nov. 16. They are 
scheduled for 10:30 a.m. at the circuit 
court room in Eastville and 3 p.m. at 
the Accomack board of supervisors 
meeting hall in Accomack. 

Further information mav be obtained 
from tto board's Tidewater regional 
office, 287 Pembroke Office Park, Suite 
210- Pembroke #2, Virginia Beach, 499- 
8742. 



iocM security cards 

y^pply early for number 



ByJACKUHLAR 
Field Representative 
Social SMartty 

Plaulag tbr tto winter holidays? 

Many of the Virginia Beach peo|de I've t«lked to recently 
are already making fkinUy plans ^ tMNVfttljBg toliday 
season. Ttot's a good idea. ! 

It's also a good idea for Virginia Beach resldcBts to plan 
ahead if ttoy don't have a Social Security nurnqtr and are 
going to do tome work during the coming season.! 

If a Tidewater resident is getting a number ftir tto first 
time, he should apply at least a month before b^ will need 
it. 

i^ildicatiotts from people wto don't recall having had a 
Social Security numtor before are screened by t computer 
to make sure a second number isn't issued tb tto same 
person. Screening takes time, so apply for ffmr social 
security numtor early and you'll tove it wton you need it. 



Viifinia Beadi workers build retirement, disability and 
wswndwrs gttMfUm tor^t^selvu ai^tMr families 
1^»Jiiiii|i 1 1" <BFi ' "WygW Sewirity. 
nudRr is jmh mSufml remains 
tto M^Hr life. Using more than one numtor can mean 
you're not f^ing fuU credit Ibr your work and earnings. 

Wton someone gets a job cohered by Social Security, 
to siKNild m^e sure tto meployer ccqiies his name and 
number correctly from his social security card into tto 
MBployer's record. 

More than nine out of ten joto are now covered under 
Social Security, so you can see its very important that 
your Social Security numtor is pn^wrly recoreded. 

When you ap|dy tor a numtor for tto first time, you 
should to prepared to prove your age, identity and dti* 

ienrt4>> 

Tto Social Security Administration office in Tidewater 
is located at 3661 E. Virginia Beafh Blvd. in Norfblk 
(Zip 2S5»). 



TAA announces safety program 



Tto Tidewater Automo- 
bile Attociation at its re- 
cent board meting introduc- 
ed a major new safety pn- 
gram aimed at greater pro- 
tection (rf pre-school young- 
sters wto venture out of ttoir 
tomes as pedestrians , 
called: Pre-School Children 
in Traffic. 

Tto new safety program 
was introduced to police of- 
ficials and memtors of tto 
TAA board at meetings told 
b(Ah on tto Peninsula and at 
Virginia Beach. E. W. Tim- 
mons, traffic safety edu- 
d^ion director, said tto pro- 
gram will to made availaUe 
to tto general pntrfic through 
tto AAA cUib's safety activ- 
lUet. 

Tto Tidewater Automo - 
bile Association has pio- 
neered several safety pro- 
grams indodiDg tto school 
safMy patrdt which now 
numtor more tton 5,000 pa- 
trol ymngsters and the U^ 
setool driver education pro- 
gram for which the AAA 
wrote tto manwl "Sports- 
manlike Driving" which is 
now in its seventh edition 
and tto most widely used 
book in tto SUte. 

Tlmmons said tto TAA 
is Uuachii« Us new pro- 
gna becaese, "Children 
' nder tlx repretent a major 
"lltfiMBi <tf society that nor- 
mally it aoH reached by tto 
atflon't educational sys- 
t^." In fact, ddldren un- 
der six com^se^.Sper cent 
itf Oe pt^olation. Tteprol>- 
lem is ttot they accomit tor 
23 per cent of pede^rian 
fttaUQct ttd tfisiMing in - 
iuHit. 

Every year ttore are a- 
botf n.OOO pre-school chil- 
dm kUled or disaided. Tto 
Pre-brfeOQi ChtMra ta 
Traffic ^^ram is com- 



posed of five bo^ets, one 
for parents and tto dttor four 
for both parents aiid child- 
ren. The booklets gives 
parmts information to teach 
their chUdren thei ctorac- 
teristics of residential area 
traffic, point out Hie tos - 
ards of mixing peitestriaas 
and motor vehicles and 
stresses learning {by doing 
in actwl on-the-stteet traf- 
fic environment. I 

TAA tolieves the pro - 
gram to to reallMijc because 
as pre-school children's 
tortsons expand, they begin 
to cross streets with or with- 
oirt adult guidaiicf. Pre- 
School Children ta TraBic 
allows children ui practice 
wtth snpervistcm at the rate 
and to the ext^ ftot ttoir 
individual capabUlUes allow. 

Bo(Alets are sequential, 
startle with buUdi^ of an 
awareness of curto, side- 
walks, streets and vehicles 
and working up totratOc sig- 
nals at street int^ectloas. 
"A child's greatest time of 
dancer," said Timpnons,"is 



when everything a[q>ears to 
to peaceful and safe." Most 
accidents involving pre- 
school youngsters as pedes- 
trians occur on quiet resi- 
dential streets with low traf- 
fic volume on days when tto 
weather is nice and tto child 
is playing outside. 

Danger lies in the child's 
totdt of darting out into 
streeU wttboot thinking (tf 
the dangers. Tto driver, 
most oftMi go^ no more 
than 30 miles an hour, can't 
see tto child, and the child 
eltter doesn;t see tto car 
or, if he does, doesn't per- 
ceive the danger. In any 
event, consequences can to 
tttal. 

Wton it comes to mixing 
with traffic, an AAA spokes- 
man said, all pre-school 
children are handicapped 
simfdy by their newness to 
the world. Ttoir vision is 
not fnUy devdoped, they 
dffli't understand danger, 
th^. emotions and conse- 
quent reacticms are uq>re- 
dtdaUe and, socially, they 



want to eqiand their tori- 
Eons hy exploring their 
neightorhoods. 

In concluding his presen- 
tation to tto board Timmons 
noted that the AAA is to- 
glnning its 75th year of ser- 
vice, and be mentioned to 
police officials ttot a kick 
ofi will to held at Virginia 
Beach Nov. 10 and ttot he 
would toglad to make a pres- 
entation to any civic club or 
group on this new project. 



In Wlnidsor Woods — 
Plaza — Qrean Run 



Tho Catlipllc Parish 
of tiM Holy SpMt 




7 pjn. 8at^ 6:30 ft 1 1 ajR. Sun. 

ToiofiiioM 340-7122 



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ST 

Lin^tom Park School 

1413 Uddn Rd. 

411-4471 

LecHard Camtett 
Pastor 



Soniay School 10:00 a.m. 

• Sunday Ev«iing Service 

7:00 p.m. 



TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZEBENE 

Re V. Da vU Hdstein , Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Pb. 487-1^3 

Sunday School Br. - 9:45 

A.M. 

Hour o(WinmphlO:50a.m. 

Jantor, Toufii, A AduE 

FeUowA^^&OO P.V. 

Hour of taqiiratton • 7:00 

A.M. 

PJi. 

Wettaesday Mid-we^ 

Vp^M IM P.M. 



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Willit Ftirntttirt at HNItop 

17l2LaddnRd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums k Staff 

KaHain-Eaton bisuranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 

Homa Fadaral Savings 
A Loan Assoc. 

1635UskinRd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 

Larasan Raalty Corp. 



2041 Va. Peach Blvd. 340-3030 
La#irence A. Sancilio A Associates 



Prica's Incorporatad 

4580 Pemtooke Mall 622-3706 
tomd Name Appliances-TV-Stero 

Rosawood Mamorial Parte 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kirlcpatrick 



Kallam & Eaton, Inc. BIdg. SuppUas 

^ Princess Ann SUtlMi 427-3200 
Frank A David Kellam 



MHI^nd Carpat Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr A Employees 

HIggins Raalty, Inc. 

66»> bdian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil U. Harrison A Associates 

Haynaa Furnltura Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Puniiture-Bedding-Carpeting 

Charila'i Saaf ood Rastaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-M63 
Mary E. Re^lz A Em|d(qre« 



Smith a Kaana 



Contractors Paving Oo;^ bic. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 340-1161 
Clinton Teets A Staff 

Waathar Makars 

5250 Ctolledon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendricks A Staff 

Kampavllla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Rotort W. Clytom-Lynn Leavitt 

Simiala Funaral Homa 

3795 Bonney Rd. totween 
Jndq>endence A Rosemont 
Vic Semiele A Joe He<lteepeth 340-1717 



John M. Wright Raalty, Inc. 

1964 Laskin Rd. 

John M. Wright A Associates 

Furnltwa Showrooms 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. Military Hwy 
Sandy Bolin A Employees 



Warran-Siabart-Paga Inc. 

Jack Sietert A Staff ^ 

Compllmants of Eariy 
Distributing Co. 



Stohl Raalty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. Stohl A Associates 

TIdawatar Auto Parts 

5508 Va. Beadi Blvd. 497-4861 
John L. Vassar A Emidoyees 

HAM Contracting Co. 

a5 IndMtrial Ave. 545-7391 
Monte P. Bowell A Employees 

Bayalda Motors 

47«7 Store Ifr. 464-4563 
Ctorles C. Hale, Sr. A Staff 



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5734 Selle^r Drive 497-1231 
E. Giltert Keen A Associates 



TUt faaltn It ai^a pottAie ttooogk fte coqwratiea of our ■laisters. It is paid 
tat by ttMe are* ttratt wto believe va etarebet arc a vital part of o«r Mttmadty 
lit. 



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A'-4 - Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 3, 1976 



Officer Foster adds some 'class' to Beach traffic control 




Naughty, nau^ty 



You too! Go, go go! 



Host Tom Kennedy wfth Nancy Smith of Virginia Beach on 'Name That Tune' 

fiame That Tune' 

I Beach woman to appear 
tonight on TV game show 



:,: By STEVE STONE 

X SUN News Editor 

■ • Mrs. Nancy Smith wUl not be do- 
ing dishes, or talkii« on the phone 

■ or cleaning her home tonight. Ra- 
-«er, she'll be rlvoted to her tele- 

vlflton set... watching herself. 

Is'' 

--' Mrs. Smith will finally see a seg- 
ihait of the popular Hollywood game 
ijiow "Name That Tune" in which 
she, as a contestant won over )5,000 

I Jit merchandise. 



/ufi#pol 



"I remember some things quite 
clearly," she says, "but the rest of 
it is Just a blur," Mrs. Smith says 



of ttie days of activities around the 
filming of tte program. "It was ei- 
dting!" 

It started when Mrs. Smith was 
in Callfbrnia on business in May. 
A close friend made arrangments (br 
her to audition for the show. Not 
everyone can get a chance on the air, 
tai fact, last year of the 5,000 who 
tried out, all but 78 were axed. 

Mrs. Smith left the west coast not 
knowing if she had mlde a good Im- 
pression. Weeks later she found she 
bad. When her 14 year-old daughter 
Katherine answered the pbone that day 
and fbund out who was calliiv, "she 
went screaming through the house, 
'They called! They called!' When I 
answered the phone ttte woman (m the 
other end was still lai^htng." 

Mrs. Smith was toM that she bid 
been selected for a contestants pool, 
bat sbe was firmly warned that this 



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Pretldwl 
HANES BYQtLY 



General Manager 
KENNETH F. CURLEY 

Business Manger 
"TONY ELLER 



News Editor 
STEVEN R. STONE 

ClrcalstiOB Maiager 
JIMBM}WM 



PubUsbed every WedMSday by Byerly P«UicatMias 
Witt min ol!i«t k>«M at IM Baseneat Rd., Wrfltia 
BMch, Va. SMM. Sceood class postage p«ld at 
LynAaven StoOM la Vlrgitf* Beaeh. 52-wMk srti- 
seripticw by •aO: |7. OOmt rates piMlshed m lepl 



did not guarantee appearance on the 
^w. But she was too exdted to 
worry and didn't want to miss the 
opportunity. At her own expense, 
she caught a plane to California, fin- 
gers presumably crossed. 

"You're the last one to know," she 
explained latM* of being chosen, "They 
don't tell anyone in the 'pool' if they 
have been chosen until it is time to 
go 00 the air. This retains the spon- 
taneity of the moment." The dangei: 
of tainting or "stage-freight" is low 
because the previous screening is well 
designed to avoid those who would 
have adverse reactions underpressure. 

"Before the show goes on tbey ex- 
plain to the audience very clearly 
that DO anrtestant will actually leave 
with any cash prises." This is done 
to avoid problems for winners after the 
show. 

FinaUy the moment arrived. Tom 
Kennedy was out on the set ddng the 
iDtnxtaetlon which members of tiie 
contestant "pool" could not bear and 
then the woman to ctergegraUwdMrs. 
Smith and she was "on." 

She still (foes not remember all 
that ste said or did. Sbe recalls 
Identifying some songs such as "Bless 
the Beasts and the ChUdren" and "The 
Way We Were" as well as the easy 
"Charleston." 

"I was excited , yes, but stage 
IHgM...no." Mrs. Smith explained 
"The stage fright didn't come until 
after the show was over and then 1 
realized what I had done." 

Since returning to Virginia Beach 
Mrs. Smith has received oumerous 
calls from around the country. Friends 
and other contestants wt» have already 
seen ttie syndicated stow lave called. 
The program, produced by Ralph Ed- 
wards ProdiKtions, makes a circuit 
of tte comrtry and, as it tuns out. 
Tidewater is (me of the \»A plAets 
to recdve It. 

"When pe<q)le call I always ask, 
'Tell me what I did?!' B^ Wednes- 
tey (tonight) I will see it myselfl" 

For interested viewers the program 
will afr at 7:30 p.m. on channel 3 
(WTAR). ■'■ 



Move It! 



Just one minute 



That's It, come on 




Toll plaza bid approved by state 



A Ud of 1319,326.00 for constnic- 
tton of tow addittonal toll booths on 
the Virginia Beadi-Norfolk Express- 



way has been annvved by the State 
Highway and TraBsporUtton Commis- 
sfon. 



The bid, received Oct. 13, was sub- 
mitted Iqr E. V. WiUiams Co., Inc. 
and WUlians PaviBi Co., Ik. 

IWBIWIWIIIIIIOIIIMBWMII 



CMC routine simple 



(Continued from page A- 1) 

The general steps an individual will 
follow in the clinic include: 

1. Receive, read and sign an inform- 
ed consort form. He will have the op- 
portunity to have any questions an- 
swered before be signs. He may already 
have a form if ttey are printed in tbe 
local newspapers prior to the clinic. 

2. The individual will be directed 
by a traffic controller to a table where 
his arm will be swabbed. 

i^. He will then proceed to another 
S^le and receive the proper flu vac- 

dhe. 

4 Immediately after the immunization 
he will receive a cotton ball to hold 
^ the immunization site to absorb the 
drqp of blood that might a^iear in a 
{few cases. 

The only Information the individual 
will be required to provide at the 



clinic, in addition to the signed con- 
sent form, will be his age. A volun- 
teer will record this data on a tally 
sheet. 

Each clinic wUI have a physician 
available or on call to handle any un- 
expected reactions; puUie heattk mtr- 
se$ and State Department of Health 
personnel to conduct medical screening 
and adminiater immimizatloas; local 
volunteers fee all qtberTitUais duties. 



Uved, Ustlng less than 48 hours, but 
local reactions at the injection site 
may persist for several days. If you 
eqwrience severe or prolonged reac- 
tion, coosolt your physician or call 
your local health departmMrt. 



fee aU qtber,#Uiito duties. .^" 
ccue mftxperieaSk l^r ddttr 



A smstf^ 
eeiving vaccine niy aperiendh an^r 
more of the following symptoms: red- 
ness and tenderness at the injection 
site, fever (usually 101 degrees or 
less), chills, nausea, loss of appe- 
tite, muscle ache, joint pain, headache, 
or fatigue. 

These reactions, are usually short- 



Keep this intormatton witter other 
immunization records. I^e this o^ 
portunity to review the immimlittlM 
irds of your family and eqwcially 
ta your ehiUrrt^.tf raw jve- 
il and ei^Mnf^'inibl -Hge 
ddttren are not pToperly imfflunized 
against polio, mMsles (ten-diy meas- 
les), rrtwlla (German measles), 
amps, diphtheria, tetamu, and per- 
tDssis (whoqriag cough), consult ^r 
physician or local health dqiartment 
in about 30 days about ^italning these 
imaiuttizatfons. 



ED. IKITE: The fottowiog i^rmailoo 
aad farm ara for the BowmleBt vae- 
iM destgMd to protect agilasttlMsvlo 
A/Ne« Jeraey lia strain. This is Hie 
TteeiM that the geMral imblie wiU 
receive. 



SoiM, espcdally elderly Md ttose 
with Ghroak dlMsse are rectf viag a 
MvalMt racetae wUck protecU against 
two Ha sfraias; the swipe and vletwU. 
Hat form Is not priaied here. 



White the attaehed fotm ahoold aot 
be Bsad by readtn (aetoal sigattg Buat 
be doM ea tta ellale slt^, It eaa pn- 
vMI aaderstaadlaK of (m form aad 
savt tiaie atihe aetaal eUaie. 



Important information about swine influenza (flu) vaccine 

(monovalent) Juiy is. lare 



The Disease 

bffaienia (flu) is caused by viruses. 
When peo|de get fla they may have 
fever, chills, headache, <fry cough or 
muscle aches. Illness may last several 
days or a week <»■ more, and complete 
recovery is usual. However, compll- 
catfons may lead to paeumonia or death 
la some people. For Qm elderly and 
people with di^wtes or teart, limg, or 
kidney diseases, flu may be especially 
serious. 

It is unlikely that you lave ade- 
quate natural protection against swine 
Que, since It has aot caused wide- 
spread human outbreaks in 45 years. 

The Vaccine 

The vaccine will not give you flu 
because it is made from killed vir- 
uses. Tothy's flu vaccines cause fewer 
side elfocts than Oose used inthepast. 
la cootrast with some other vacciaes. 



flu vaccine can be takm safe^ during 
pregnancy. 

One shot will protect most people 
from swine flu during tbe next flu 
season; howevw, either a second 
shot or a dtflerent dosage m«y be re- 
quired tor persons iad«r aige 25. It 
you are mder 2S aad a ootteeregard- 
ing such inforaution is not attached, 
this informattoa will be prdvided to 
you wlnrever you receive the vaeciae. 

Side Efffecto 

Most people will have do side ef- 
fects from the vaccine. However, toi- 
demess at the site of the shot may 
occur and last for several days. Some 
peota* wUl also have fever, chills, 
beadadie, or masele aches within the 
firat 48 hours. 

As with any vaccine or drug, Ui% 
possiUlity of severe or potentaUrblp 
reactions exists. However, fla vadBa 
hu rarely beea associated wlth4pir» 



or fatal reaettons. In some instances 
pec^e receiving vaceioe have had al- 
lergic reactions. You should note very 
carefolly tlw following precautions: 



Special Precautions 

• ChUdraA under a certain age should 
not routinely receive flu vaecUie. 
Please ask about ag« Uoitatlons 
if this informattoa is aot attached. 

• People with kaown allergy to wgg* 
should reerivc the vaccine only 
under spaeialmiedlealsiqwrviBioB. 

• People with fever shooMdelaygat- 
tliW vaccinated until tbfe fever is 



Pe(9le who have recaivad^aaiMwr 
type of vacdae in the past 14 
days Aovld consult a physician 
before taUag the flu vaccine. 



If you have any questions about flu of/kjl^ccine, please ask. 



■■H«« 



REGISTRATION FORM 

/ have read the above statement about swine flu, the vaccine, and the special precauttons. I have 
had an opportunity to ask questions, including questions regardim mcclnatkm necomHtemktlons 
for persons under a^ 25. andjtnderstand the benefits and risks of flu vaccinatum. I request that 
it be given tome or to th^^pemn named below of whom I am the parent or guanUan. 



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school 



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Carol Scotece 



Carol, SMD hert Mjoyloc a tttoaghtful Interlude in quiet lar- 
rooadinca, is aa actlTO 18 year old at KempsvlUe High Sdiool 
la Vlrgttia Beach. She takes classical ballet aodlias been dancing 
tbr 10 iwn. She likes to sew and work in the theatre. Carol 
Hill appear ta the Powder Putt Football game at Kemiisvllle 
High 00 bee. 10; 



The ttod session of Uie State PoUce 
BAtic Training School^ eonsltting of 
69 <o«ltttlonaUy appolBted troofwfs, 
in<»tdii« F'rederick V. Cw«n Jr. of 
Vlil'i^^ Beach, will convened in Rlcb- 
nMil Mot. 1. , 

Siaic training, which la^ 22 weeln. 
tKiades 192 lAij^s calling for 1,0H 
houfs fA classroom instrwtion and 
fteUI work plus a three-hour stui]; 
pMriod each day. Courses range frbm 
oneobour lectures on subjects as ik- 
k)8k» and eoimteifettUii to such loog 
eovrses as crlmiinUiiiTtstigatlon.pur- 
shlf driving and first aii. 

Immediately iQfla eo^iiloyment a coh- 
dltionally ap|x4Bt«i Kxvk^t is assign- 
ad a field station to •oHi, under ah 
•iperieBced trooper, as a student and 
observer only uitll tiw next Basic 
Tiiining S(!hool. Tha general nde is 
that there most be a minium of SO 
(ttys of field tralBing. 

Full entrance nlary of $9,600 is 
received at Mce and tiine bagihs to 
run for merit incraases which can 
bring the top trooper salary to 
$13,728. 

The class will graduate April IS, 

1971, and the full-flexed troopers 

will r^rt to thfir duty stations A- 

prU IS. 

Comj^ete informatlop on becoming 
a trooper is avatlaUa itom any fitrie 

Police office or department member. 

Council 

(Continued finm page A- 1 ) 

City Council and eftective Oct. 1. 

"Approved a standard water/sewer 
agreements for a portion of Sunny- 
Brook, sewer; Chesapeake BayShores, 
sectfon I, water and sewer, and Brig- 
adoon Woods, water and sewer. 




tl*, 



edge 
may be 





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For years, dieters have 
been admonished by the "ex- 
perts" to stick to three well- 
tnUneed meals aday— no in- 
between snacks, or at least 
nothing more nourishing than 
a celery ttick. 

. flow a new theory an>ears 
in the Oct^>er issue of Rea- 
der's lUgest, and this one ad- 
vocates frequent feeding- 
five to six small meals a 
day. As author Stanley 1. 
Englebart tdls it in "NilAie 
That Fat Away," you've never 
seen a iht gintfe, and the 
reason why you haven't Is 
tint girattes eat when they're 
hiuigry"Dot on a set sche- 
dule. 

Sciottlsts have known for 
almost 90 years that animals 
fed at fixed intervals gain- 
ed more weight tlun those 
who ate the same amount 
at will. Doctors pot diabe- 
tics on small, more frequent 
feedings to reduce their bond 
su|^r, and these patients 
generally lose weight in the 
process^ AddUtonal studies 
Aow that a nibbUng diet al- 
so towns blood cholesterol. 

Itisahrehers at Michigan 
SUte University found ttat 
rats and pigs fed large meals 
on a set schedule developed 
an ability to store energy 
in tat cells. "What this si«- 
gNts," says Dr. GUt«rt A. 
Leveille, who partlelpated in 
the stttdyt "is thati^ysicians 
and dletttians mi^ pay at- 
tention to the timing of food 
consumption as well as to 
quahtAyand quality. Byad- 
teriflg to mealtimes, man 
may have become the archl- 
teat c^ Us own obesity." 

A nUibUng diet does not 
inean ondy bars and cheese 
cnekers and it must be 
limitad to fewer calories than 
ymi are ' now omsuming to 
be ^ective. 

Overweight students at the 
Uidverslti of Wisconsin- Ma- 
dlKM tried a nibbling diet 
devised by Professor Dor- 
(Ay J, Pringle of their nu- 
trittonal science de{«rtment. 
The di^ consisted (tf six 
smaU m«ils made up of food 
which kef* well without re- 
tr%eration and was limited 
to an intake <rf 1300 calor- 
ies (tally. They "agreed tUtt 
they ted 'more ^lergy,' 
a foelM of saUety and a 
i^ghtlftu; (tf anywhere from 
two to fite pounds per week," 
EagMsMt rqiorU. Prof. 
Priafla^t vMet is d^aUed ta 
tteaiHele. 



mrectorv llsiiitiiiiai 
Onrgina 



Here's why and how it works... 

• Soaring Directory Assistance calls for listings 
readily available in the telephone directory 
cost Continental Telephone Company thou- 
sands of dollarf^.a year... which eventually 
work back t6s>ne custorrier. Charging for 
Directory Assistance now helps control these 
volumes and thereby control exper^es. 

• Now In effect-Continental charges 10c for 
each coll to Directory Assistance In excess 
of an allowance of six (6) calls per main tele- 
phone line per billing period. 

• Charging does not occur until after the sixth 
call. This helps recover some of the cost of 
providing the sen^ice from those who use It 
the most. 

• The Directory Assistance operator provides a 
maximum of two phone numbers on each 
call. The charge applies only to calls within 
the state of Virginia and if the local calling 
area extends Into another state jurlsdtetton. 

• The handicapped are not chcu^jed for Direc- 
tory Assistance calls, and there Is no charge 
for Directory Assistance calls from hotels, 
motels, hospitals and coin phones, or out-of- 
state long distance Directory Assistance calls. 



f^CofYtin«ntal Telephofi« of Vliglntei 

Keeping You in Touch for a Betta TomoTroA? 



(XlbEi OFMBUCATION 

ItttheiClirlfaOtfieeofthe 

CircuH oilrt of %e City 

of ViMbia Beach, Va.f on 

the 290ay of October, 

1978. ; 

Richard ElUott MAsaen- 

Pli^tii 

against r 

Reba 3m RerrUg Mas- 

siaburg, 

Dtiendaot. 

The dUa«t of this suit 
is to ob^ 1 <it1«rce a 
measa at ttcm Iron the 
laid deMdalM, xm the 
eroundv of desiHtbii on 
tho prt or the ^tMdant. 

kS an tmm i^vltt 
bt^ made a«l HIm that 
timdefttdaiftl«l«iNi-re- 
kiientof tb«M^e(Vir- 
giiila, the last M»n iwst 
irffieeaddresiphrttoate 
I, quo. AUMaS?^ is 
ot^rM 4iat d^ Jpiicar 
hsn irttUn tiNi{10ilkys 
itt*r due pubileatwii here^ 
of, and So whtt jiAiy be 
aaces^iry to ^e«t her 
iflterast ta this s#. 
A <MW*Te>te: ^OBB V. 
Feiitrfss 

BY: i. Curtis FtHit, De- 
puty, Cttit. 
Rl(^iard D. Mottok 
P.O. Box 988 
Portsmouth Virginia 
23708 ^ 

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11/24 • 4t 



(ffid&R OF PUBLICATION 

bi the Clerk's Ofilce of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virgtaia Beach, VA., 

oh flie 29th day of October, 

1976. 

Join Bartholomew Rodri- 

mies, 

Paintiff, 

ataiBSi 

Carol Mae Rodriquei, 

^^fhe^ject M this suit is 
to (Main a divorce a viit- 
e0k ttatrimonii firom the 
l&ld lefondaat, qi»on the 
grounds of desertton. 

ind an affldavM having 
biM» made and filed that 
the detftOdast is a non-re- 
sidMrt of the SUte of Vir- 
gtaia, the last known post 
office address beiiv; 546- 
Stii Strtet, East North - 
port, Hew YoSc, 11731 it 
it Is ordered tt^t she do 
apii«r here within ten aO) 
days after 4uc publtcation^ 
bsreot, and do wl»t may 
be necessanr toinrot^cttier 
interest ta wis suit. 
A ««)y-Te8te: JohaV. Fen- 
tress 
BY; J. Curtis Fnflt, De- 

K;y, Clerk, 
vid R. Adams I 

P. 0. Box 3434 
Norfolk, N^. -~^ 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Notice is hereby giVfn that the City Council of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia, in Regular Session, 
assembled in the City Council Chamliers, City Adrainis- 
tratton Building, Princess Anne Bormigh, Virginia Beach, 
Virgtaia at 2:00 P.M., on Monday, November 6, 1976, 
will publicly rehear the following ordinance proposing 
to vacate a portion of 79th Street in the North Virginia 
RftAcb ftfflft' 

< AN OWJINANCE VACATING A PORTION OF 79TH 
STREET ON A CERTAIN PLAT KNOWN AS CAPE 
HENRY, SECTION D. 

Persons desirtag to aniear before City Council re- 
garding this matter should register their names by letter 
or telephone (427-4304) with the Office of the City Clerk 
on or before 5:00 P.M., Wednesday, November 3, 
1976, or be listed by the Deputy City Clerk at the City 
Clerk's desk before the meeting as being in favor of 
or opposed to the proposed ordinance. 
Richard J. Webbon 
Ctty Clerk | 

VBS 11/3 It '•'■'. 



VBS 11/3, 
U/I4 « 



11/10, 



li?17r 



lilOER OF PUBLICATION 
tho Clerk's Ofllea of 
tM Cirailt Court o|t the 
ClfyofVirtinlaBeadk,Va, 
Oh the Mth day of October, 

Garr Jackson Lucas, 

PtottOft, 

a|ilnat 

Rgbrtja fillen Lucas, 

The Obiect of this Suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
ifia&sa et thoro from the 
said <lefo«iaat, upon the 
gMttdiofMsertioa. 

And Is afildavtt having 
bate mii tsA fiOd that 
tha <MMkiit U a hon-re- 
^ State WVir- 

mwmw^<^w^, .....e,. Raw 

1^ lS440rit is ordtired 

tkal she do appear here 

t»l^ tM (10) da)« after 

am^|MiH<ation herein, and 

do «hst maybe ihc«saary 

ts lyteet h«r Interest ta 

Uissiiit. 

A eo^-Teste: John V. 

Fentress 

BY: J. CurtU Fruit. De- 

Unx liver ioad 
VlrfUila Beach, Virgtaia 




(ffiDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Ofilce of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of VirgihU Beach, VA, 

on the 26th day of October, 

1976. 

James Richard Rowe, 

Plaintifi, 

against 

Betty Marie Ginter Rowe, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for a period ta excess on 
one year without tater - 
ruptfon. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office addreas beii«: 1158 
Church Kreet, Indian, iPen- 
nesylvanla, 1S701. it isor- 
d^Mtiiat ahe do apfiear 

lUSdl'^^pn^eatloB here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest ta this suit 
A ow-Teste: ^ohn Y. 
Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cleric. 
Thomas F. Bets, Jr. 
Pembndce One-Suite 525 
Virdhia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

VBg-11/03, 11/10, 11/17, 
11/24 41 



VBS 11/03, 
11/24 k 



Il/I8i 11/17 



i.-. 

b Chancy 

C 76- 1688 
VmCIMIA: » THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
C»CUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OFVlRGIHUflEACH 

m tmn day of oct- 

(»SR, 1976. 
tnrt:Aida|illeaofMicheUe 

t)tWBFb8S 

Or: David William Baker 
and l:hrlstine Sue Baker, 
PolitkNMn 
^ Mr. Rlek Beesaw 
BoaldM; Avtmie 
Colondo Sprtags, Color- 
ado 80900 



Htfs in came David 
William fidear and ChrU- 
ttoeSatBllw.Petttioiiers 
and r a prs s ted that the 
object ei ^ proceeding 
is to 4foet the adivtloe 
of tht ttetn hamed Infant 
lOdMl^^ Dim Fobs, by 
David milMm Baker and 
Ctelstlna 8a# Baker, hus- 
band' and vtfe, ud atti- 
dattt havlai heen madeand 
filed thBtltlek Beesaw, a 
aataral parau d salddiild 
Is a soa-rtsldMt of the 
Sttfc of tlrglaU, tte laM 
kaowi pOtf c^ce address 
beinf: BpolderATeaae,Co- 
lotttt Sprtags. Cotorado 
MMO tt is tter^rc Or- 
dirad thtt flie ^d Midi 
Beaiaw iMear beiMre this 
Court WUtw (10) days 
alt«r f^catioo irf tids 
(H^ter airi indicate Us/ 
att^ila toward the »ro- 

BMOd aaivtiOB. 0^ ^^*- 
wist do what U necessary 

to ptoteirt his iatcrcit ta 
this water. 
A 00^ teste: 

V. Fettress, Clerk 
i. Curtis Fruit DC. 

idai H. Cave 

IIAiLER A CAVE 
»«|h»th Great Neck Rd. 
ttaftaa Beach, Virgtaia 
ttttl 

tM-11/08. 11/10. 11/17. 
li>^« 



Notice of Ftadtag of No Significant Effect on the 
Environment ^ 

JtmomiA: Notice is herein given that the City of 
VlilFinia Beach has made a Findine of No Sitmificant 
Efiect on the Environment fiT>m the development of a 
^—ntoghborhood park in the George Washington Park 
SiAdlvision, Lyimbaven Borough. The City propmes to 
utilize Federal Funds under Title I of the Housing and 
Community Development Act of 1974 (PL. 93-383): 

A" detailed analysta of the aforementioned project has 
been conduced and it has been determined that such 
action will have no significant impact on the environ- 
ment. No further environmental reviews will be con- 
ducted. Such determinations have been based on the 
foUowtag: 

1. The project wUl bave no Impact on the geological, 
cultural, archaeological, or historical aspects of the area; 

2. air and water quality will be unaffected; 

3. there wUl be no irreversible or irretrievatde com- 
mitment of resources; 

4. all detrimental environmental impact will be minpi 
ta scope and short term ta duration; 

5. the project will provide beneficial impacts that in- 
clude the preservation of open space and the proviidoii 
of facilities for lelsore time activities; and 

6. the project has obtataed the support and endorse- 
ment of the area's residents and the Council of the 
City of Virginta Beach. 

Pursuant to Sectfon 104(il) of the Housing ami Com- 
munity Development Act of 1974 and the National Ettn 
vironmental Policy Act of 1969, an Environmental Re-, 
view Record has been prepared for the project whl(^ 
may be examtaed at the Virginia Beach Planning De^: 
partment, Municipal Center, Vlrrinia Beach, Virginia 
23456, between 9:00 A.M. ahd 5:0O.E.M.. Moodaythrough 
Friday. Written comments on the ttovimay headdress-: 
ed to Rhys G. Rear, Program Administrator or to QeO' 
rge L. Hanbury, City Manager, at the abovti address 
no later than November 24, 1976. % 



ORDER 
VIRGflnA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CI^QIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINtA BEACH 
OjrtHE list DAYOF OCT- 
OBER. 1976. 
la. re: Adoption <rf!tOBERT 

kenmetbTwhitbeck,©. 

&r; ^MIE DALE SUtf- 
Wtmx, AMD DIANE 
fERRYSUMMERHILL 
Fetitimiers 

1t>: Robert Kenneth Whit- 
beck, Sr. 

ttO Lavebder Lane 
Virginia Beach. Virginta 
In Chancery 
C-76-1602 

This day came JIMMIE 
DALE SUIfMERHILL and 
DIAKC PERRY SUMMER-' 
RILL, Petttfoners, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding is to ef- 
fect the adc^ion of the 
above named infant, 
tM»ERT KENNETH 
imrrBECK, JR, by JIM- 
lOB DALE SUMM^HILL 
ahd I»ANE PERRY SUM- 
MERBILL, husband ami 
wife, vbA afildavit having 
bach made and fUed that 
R(»ERT KENNETH 

VRftBECK. SR., a natural 
parent <A said eUld, is a 
taoo-resident of the Stateof 
Virttaia. the last known 
post office address being: 
OU Lavnider Lane, Vir- 
giiita Beach, Viifinta, the 
^om pifiMBt to ucMTtata 
la i^:h eouMy, or <foe di- 
ligence haviag been used 
by or ta behalf fA Cor- 
poratioo the defendaM ta, 
withmd effect. 

R ta therefore Ordered 
that the said ROBERT 
KENltETH WHlTBECK. SR 
appear before this Court 
wb ten (10) days after 
pridieatkm of thta Order 
ahd locate his attitude 
toward the pn^osMl ^a^ 
tUn, or (Mwrwlse do what 
ta MMssary to ^ect hta 
interest In thta matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
PMtress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtta Fruit D.C. 
Si^rd S. Glasser 
iH Plstt On* Building 

Norfolk, Virginta, 23510 

VBS-ll/03, 11/10, 11/17, 
11/24 « 



VBS 11/8 It 



CHAllOE ^j|g^Jj [ff a t|^lgE B ICTATIO^ 

ELE^ft^i^^^^^v^«^^ ^ 
On June 25, 1976. at 41 ^.R. M4l0, the Federal In- 
surance Administrator mrtilished a Itat of communi- 
ties with Rectal Flood Hasard Areas. The list tacloded 
Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Virginta 
Bea(% Virgtata. 

The Federal Insurance Admintatrator, Department <& 
Housing ud Urban Development, has determined that 
it ta appropriate to modify the elevations of the flood 
having a one-percent chance of occurrence ta any 

even year (base flood) for certain locations ta Virginta 
mch. The new elevations are currently in efiect; 
ttiey amend the FIA Flood tasurance Rate M^p for the 
commmilty iriiich was in effect prior to this deter- 
mination. A revised rate map wUl be publtahed as 
soon as possible. 

The changes are made pursuant to Section 206 of the 
Flood DlSister Protection Act of 1973 (P.L. 93-884), 
and are ta accordance with the National Flood InsuraMe 
Act of 1968, as amoded, (Title xm of the Housing and 
Urtian Deveiopmebt Act of 1968, P.L. 90-448) 42 U J.C. 
4001-4121, and 84 CFR Part 1916. 
Under the above-mentioned Acts of 1968 and 1I7S, 
the Adffllnlstntor must develop criteria for flood plain 
management. In order for the community to partld- 
pate ta the Natfonal Flood Insurance Program, the 
community will be using the new elevations to ad- 
miuMer the flood plata management measures of the 
Natfonal Flood Insurance Program. These modified 
elevatfons will also be used to calculate the appro- 
priate flood insurance premium rates for new butldings 
and their conteids and for the second tayer of insuc- 
ance on existing buUdings and contents. 
Upon publicattoh of this determination ta the Federal 
Register, any person has 90 days ta irtiich he can re- 
quest through ue Chief Executive Qfilcer of the com- 
munity that the Federal Insurance Administrator re- 
consider the determination. Any request tor reconsi- 
deration must be based on knowledge of changed condi- 
ttons or new scientific or technical data. All interested 
parties are on notice that until the 90-day period eU- 
pses, the Administrator's determination to modify base 
flood elevations may itself be ctaaged. 
Any person having knowledge or wtahing to comment 
On these changes should immediately ratify: 
Mr. Re^YE. Johnson 
Aettag Director 
Dqiartneot of Public Works 
City of Virginta Beach 
Munich Center 
Virginta Beach, Virgtaia 83456 
Also, It this focatfon is the map showing the new base 
flood eleiTatlons. This map is a copy of the one that will 
be jMlnted. The numerous danges made in the base 
flood elevaticms on the Virginta Beach Flood Insurance 
Rate }h9 make it administratively infeasible to publish 
ta tUs notice all of the base flood elevation chaises 
cootataed on the VtrglDta Beac& map. 
J. Itobert Hoirter * 

Arting Federal InSnranee Administrator . 

By Richard W. Krimm 
Assistaid Administrator for Flood insurance 

VBS 11/3, 11/10, 2t 



NOTICE OFPUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginta Beach Planning Commission will hold a 
PnbUc Hearim (» Timsttay, November 9, 1976, at 12:00 
Nora ta tte Coucil Qiambers of the Administntiw 
BuUdtag. Princess Anne Courthouse, Virginta Beach, 
VirgiBta, The tollowtag applications wUl appear on tin 
agenda: 

REFBiREO BACK TO PLANNING COMMISSION BY 
CITY COUNCIL ON OCT. 11, 1976: 
1. Sriidivtaion Variance: Appeal from Decisi<»s of Ad- 
miatatntive CMHcers in regard to certata elementa 
of the ^Mivtaioo Ordinance, Subdivision tor Robert A. 
LawKM, Jr. Prc^erty located at the Northwest irter- 
Se^fon of Lake Shore Drive and Bay Col(»y Drive. 
Ptats with more detailed information are avaitable ta 
the Dmiartment (tf Plamii&g. 
REmU.AR AGUDA: 
SU^VKTON VARIANCE: 



I 




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A-e - ViTKtnia Batch Sun, Nov. 3, IVK 



Virginia Beacti Public Notices 



2. SididiTistoD Vartaace: Appeal tron Dadstoas of Ad- 
miaistratlve OBiters ia recard to etrtala elemenU of 
the SabdiTision Ordinance, KdidlTlaiM for Mary B. 
Hickman. Property located on the Horth aide of Hick- 
man Drive. Plata with more det^M iatormatioB are 
availaUe in the Department of Plaice. 
S. SnbdMsion Variance: iUveal from Decisioaa of Ad- 
ministrative OtUcers in recant to certain elemenU 
of the Subdivision Ordinance, Subdivision for Harry 
Lustic. Property located at the Hoithera otremtty of 
Black Beard Road and runs aloi« the Southera boondary 
of Lake Joyce. Plats with more detailed InformaUon 
are available ia the Department of Plannin(. 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATK)N: 

4. PetiUott ot Sterling 8. and Mary B. Montgomery for 
a Chaise of Zoning District Classification from R-6 
Residential District to B-2 Community-Business District 
on certain property located on the East side of Princess 
Anne Road beginning at the Intersection ai Princess 
Anne Road and Salem Road, running a distance of 
403.43 feet along the East side of Princeaa Anne Road, 
running a distance of 549.75 fert along the Northern 
property liae, muiing a distance of 437.34 feet afong 
the Eastern property line and numing a distance of 
510.34 feet aloag the Southern property line. Said par- 
cel contains 5.1M acres. (Gallops Comer Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

5. Petition of Wilfred A. and Elsie R. Sechrlst for a 
Change of Zoning District ClassificaUon from R-5 
Residential District to A-1 Apartment District on cer- 
tain property located at the Southeast comer of WUd- 
vood Drive and Eastern Shore Road (formerly Old 
CJPE Henry Road), running a distance of 469.54 feet 
atong the South side of WUdwood Drive, rannlng a 
distance of 91S.49 feet alai« the Eastern property 
line, running a distance of 324.51 feet along the South- 
em property line and running a distance of 913.47 
feet along the East side of Eastern Shore Drive. Said 
parcel contains 1.03 acres. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 



6. PetiUon otBddie-Noell Enterprises, Inc., foraChange 
of Zoning District Classification from R-8 Residoitial 
District to B-2 Community-Business District on certain 

groperty located at the Northwest comer of Cape Henry 
rive (formeriy Holly Avenue) and SeasheU Road, run- 
ning a distance of 225.07 feet along the West side of 
Seashell Road, running a distance of ISQfeet along the 
Northern property line, running a distance of 236.32 
feet aloi« the Western property line and running a 
distance of 150.17 along the North side ol Cape Henry 
Drive (formerly HoUy Avenue). Said parcel contains 
33,750 square feet moreorless. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH 

7. Petition of Bayahore Devehqmient Corporation for a 
Change of Zoaii« m^riet Classification from AG-1 
Agricultural Ustrict to R-5 Residential District on cer- 
tain property located 210 feet more or less East of 
Oceana Boulevard beginning at a point 1430 feet more 
or less North of London Bridge Road, numing a dis- 
tance of 1567.47 feet more or less in a Northerly dir- 
ection, nmning a distance d 390 feet more or less in a 
Southeasterly direction, running a distance of 2000 feet 
more or less in * fivuttwls. directs •A' running a 
distance of 1020 f^ lAdre or less in aNorthwesteriy 
direction. Said parcel contains 31.3 acres more or less. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



8. Petition ot Mydiore Developmort Corporation for a 
Change of Zonin District Classificatlim from R-3 Re- 
sidential Distrirt to R-5 Residential District on cer- 
tain oroDertv locjiteri on the East side of Oceana Boule- 
vard beginning at a point 1120 feet more or less North 

of London Bridge Road, running a distance of 940.48 
feet aloi« the East side of Oceana Boulevard, numing 
a distance of 203.60 feet along the Northern property 
line, running a distance <^ 560 feet more or less in a 
Southwesteriy direction, running a distamse of 1020 
feet more or less in a Southeasterly direction and run- 
ning a distance of 1095.05 feet more or less in a North- 
werterly direction. Said parcel contains 8.3 acres more 
or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

9. Petition of Bayahore Development Corporation for a 
Chai«e of Zonbig District Classiflcatton from R-3 Re- 
sidential District to B-2 CommunUy-Basiness District 
on certain property located on the North side of Prin- 
cess Anne Road beginning at a point 150 feet more or 
less East of Oceana Boulevard, running a distance of 
1042.99 feet alo« the North side of Princess Anne 
Road, nmning a distance ot 2412.02 feet in a Northerly 
direction, running a distance of 225 feet more or less 
in an Easterly direction, running a distance ol 590 
feet more or less in a Northerly direction, numing 
a distance of 780 feet more or less in a Northwesterly 
direction, running a distance of 2338.30 feet in a South- 
erly direction, numing a distance of 370 feet more or 
less in a Southwesterly direction, and running a dis- 
tance of 257.60 feet in a Southerly direction. Said par- 
cel contains 43.S acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 



10. Petitton of Bayshore Develtqiment Corporation for 
a Change of Zonii« District Classification from AG-1 
Agricnltaral District fo B-2 Commodty-Business Dis- 
trict on certain pnqwrty looted 1585 ieM more or less 
EMt of the intersection of Oceana Boulevard and London 
Bridge Road, running a distance of 70 feet more or 
less along the Southern pmpetij line, running a dis- 
tance of 705 feet more or less along the Eastern pro- 
perty line, runnii« a distance of 465 feet more or less 
along the Nortbera property line, numing a distance of 
440 feet more or less in a Southeasterly direction and 
run^ng a distance of 580 feet more or less along the 
Westem property line. Said parcel contains 2.4 acres 
man or less. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

11. Petitton of Bayshore Developmeot Corporation for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from R-3 
Residential District to R-5 Residential District on cer- 
tain property located on the East side of Oceana Boule- 
vard beginnii« at a point 257.60 feet North of Princess 
Affile Road, running a distance (rf 370 feet in a North- 
earterly direction, runntaig a distance of 825.30 feet 
in a Northwesterly direction, running a di^ance of 264 
feet more or less along the Ea^ side d Oceana Boule- 
vard, nmning a distance of 163.38 feet in an Easterly 
direcUim, running a distaB<% ol 317.29 feet in a Southerly 
directkm and nmilng a distance (rf 216 feet in a South- 
easterly dire<MoB. Said parcel contains 4.2 acres. 
PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

12. Petition ot Bayshore Devekvmort Corp(»«tloo for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from AG-1 
Agricuttural District to R-6 Residential District on 
Mrtaln prop e ity located 970 feet more or less East 
of OcesM Boulevard beginning at a point 1070 feet 
more or less Soirth ol Ca]v«r Lane, rnning a di^ance 

of 684.74 feet Ui a Soutteasterty diredton, ninmns-^ 
distance <a 834.56 fe^ in a Southwesterly dlrectton, 
raring a distance of ,1912.28 feet in a Southeasterly 
direction, rumiii« a distance of 21M.37 feet in a 
Northea^erly direction, nmnii« a distance of 2391.90 
feet in a Southeasterly direeUM, numing a distance of 
411.44 feet in a Sortherly dirM:tion, ruudng aromd a 
carve in a Werterly dlrectfoii a iHsteiee of lin.W 
te^. ribidim • distance of 1^5.51 feet ia a Soatherty 



dlrecUoB, running a distance of 595.80 feet in a north- 
westerly directioa, nmning a distance of 99QJ0 fast 
in a Soothwasterly dlrecBon, running a distwea of 
2S14.4S ie«t in a Northwesterly dlrecUon, ranaiag a 
distance of 70 fe^ in a Westerly direction, noidng a 
disUnce of 705 feet more or less in a Northerto Erec- 
tion, naming a distance of 465 feet more orteas in a 
Northwesterly diractton, running a distance of 2000 
fM in a IforUwrly direction, running a distance of 
524.94 feet more or less in a Southeasterly direction 
and running a distaoM of 510.46 feet in a Northeai^ly 
direction. Said parral is irregular in shape and con- 
tains 226.1 acres. PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH. 
IS. Petition of Corporate Designs, Ltd., for a Change 
of Zoni^ District Classification from R-6 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain property 
located at the Northwest comer of 36th Street and Paci- 
fic Avenue, running a distance of 150 feet along the 
West side of Pacific Avenue, running a di^ance of 125 
feet along the Northern property line, running a dis- 
tance of 150 feet along the Western property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet along the Mortb side of 
36th Street. Said parcel cmitains 18,750 ai|uare feet. 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH. 

14. PetiUon of C. S. Yoder b Co., for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from R-7 Residential 
District to B-4 Resort-Commercial District on certain 
property located on the North side of 9th Street begin- 
iiing at a poiirt 120 feet West of Mediterranean Aventt. 
running a distance of 90 feet along the North side of 
9ih street, runmng a distance of 100 feet alcngthe 
Eastem pnqierty line, runnii« a distance of 90 feet 
along the Northera property line and running a distance 
ot 100 feet akmg the Western property line. Said par- 
cel contains 9,000 square feet. (Shadowlawn Heights 
Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

15. Petition d Thomas A. and Edith Y. Lindsey for a 
Change of Zoning District Classification from B-3 
Central-Business District to B-2 Community-Business 
District on certain property located on the South side 
of Potomac Street beginning at a point 125 feet West of 
Aragoaa Boulevard, running a distance of 125 feet 
along the South side of Potomac Street, running a dis- 
tance of 125 feet along ttie Western property line, nm- 
ning a distance ot 125 feet along the Southern property 
line and running a distance of 125 feet along the Eas- 
tem pnverty line. Said parcel contains 15,625 square 
feet. (Euclid Place Area). BAYSmE BOROUGH. 



16. Petitton of E. Kemieth Day and. Jahn Wallace Summs 
for a Change of Zoning District Classification from R-1 
Residential District to R-9 Residential Townhouse Dis- 
trict <m certain pn^erty beginning at the intersection 
of North Great Hwk Road and Thomas Bishop Lane, 
running in a Northerly direction a distance of 1133 
feet more or lesa along the West side of Thomas Bis- 
hop Lane, running in a Southerly directton a distance 
of 955 feet more or less and running a distance of 240 
fMt more or less along the NorUtera boundary of North 
Great Neck. Said parcel is irregular in shape and con- 
tains 3.6 acres more or less. (John B. Dey Elementary 
School Area). LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 

17. Petttion ot Pine Acre, Inc. for a Change of Zoning 
District Claasification fppm A-1 Apartment District to 
A-8 ApartmHLIMatDict oft cattaln loto aa ahowa m tte 
Plat of Midtttf . 4 

Parcel 1: Located at the Southwest intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Second Street, running a distance 
of 869.81 feet along the South side of Second ^reet, 
running a (Ustance ot 773.62 feet along the Western 
prcqwrty line, numing a distance of 924.23 feet atong 
the NorUiera bcmndary ot Virginia Beacb-Noriolk Ex- 
pressway, running a distance of 21.24 feet in a North- 
erly direction, running a distance of 150 feet in a 
Westerly directton, and running a distance of 450 feet 
along the West sUe ot West Virginia Avenue. 
Parcel 2: Located at the Southeast intersection of West 
Vlrghda Avenue and Second Street, running a distance 
ot 200 feet along the SouQi side of Second Street, run- 
ning a distance of 239.33 ItfA along the West side of 
South Kentucky Avenue, running a distance ot 204.60 
feet atong the Southem property Une and running a 
distance ot 270 feet along the East side ot West Vir- 
ginia Avenue. 

nrcel 3: Located at the Southeast intersectton ot South 
Kentudqr Avenue and Second Street, running a distance 
ot 100 feet along the South side of Secaui Street, run- 
ning a distance of 193.33 feet along the Eastem pro- 
perty line, running a distance of 104.60 feet along the 
Southem property line and running a distance of 224 
feet atoi« the East side of South Kentucky Avenue. 
Said parcels contato 14.52 acres. Plats with mote de- 
tailed information are available In the Department of 
Planning. (Thalia Village-Southera Firs Areas). KEMPS- 
VILLEBOROUGH. 

18. Petition ot Pine Acre, Inc., for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District to 
B-2 Commmdty-Buslness District on certain lots as 
shown on the Plat ot Mldwav. 

Parcel 1: Located at the Southeast Intersectton of 
uonney Road and Pennsylvanu Avenue, running a dis- 
tance of 950 feet along the South side of Bonney Road, 
nmniiv a distance of 482.25 feet along the West side 
ot South Kentucky Avenue, running a distance of 950 
feet along the North side of First Street and running 
a distance ot 482.43 feet along the East side of Pennsy- 
lvania AvoHie. 

Parcel 2: Located at the Southwest intersection ot Bonney 
Road aad Pennsylvania Avenue, running a distance of 
180.81 feet akmg the South side of Bomiey Road, running 
a distance at 212.80 feet atong the Westem property 
line, numing a distance ot 169.11 feet along the SouUi- 
era property line and nimiing a distance of 212.44 ftoet 
along Oe West side ot Pennsylvania Avenue. 
Parcel 3: Located at the Northwest intersection otPnm- 
sylvania Avenue and First Street, running a distance 
ot 180 feet akmg the West side <rf Pemuylvania Avone, 
running a distance of 164.15 feet along the NorOera 
propeiiy line, romlng a distance of 180.27 feet atong 
the Westem pkxiperty Une and ruai^ a distance of 
154.24 feet akH« the North side ol Firat Street. 
Said parc«ls contain 12.03 acres. Plats with more de- 
tailed ittformatfan are available in the Departmnt of 
Planni^. (Thalia Village-Soathem Firs Areas). KEMK- 
VILLE BOiKWGH. 
CONDmONAL USE PERMIT: 

19. AppUcatioa of Chapel ot The Good Samaritu for 
a CondtOoBal Use Permit for a churdt on certain ntH 
perty toeated at the Southeast comer of Baker Road 
and Moore'a Pood Roui, numing a distance of 313 
fett iiu>re or 1ms along the East skle of Baker Road, 
n^dng a dislaace ot 613.44 feet along the Southern 
profitrty line, nmidng a distance ct 3n.ll feet atong 
the Qtftem lot^erty line and nurniag a distance of 550 
feet more or less along the South side d Moore's Pood 
Ro^. aiM nrcd coMains 4.413 acres. (Weblin Place 
Ana). BAT^E BOIKHIGH. 

20. J^i|dicatiOB (rf Gflison Equipment Co., Inc., for a 
CMiUtiiaal Use Permit for recreati<mal facilities ol an 

^outdoor nature (water slide) on certain |««perty toea- 
f«hM^% So^Mst intersecticm d tte Virginia Beai^- 
Norfolk fcBHmfiw aiuiHd Birdneck Road, nmntog a dis- 
tance (tf Tw feat nore^orHesa^itev tWSodh sideof 
VirgUa Beaeh-lforfolk Ex|»«ni«y, itiiSifuntttfee 
of 420 feet more or lesa atong the Eajrtam propnly 
line, raining a distaaec 'of 120 leat aore wless 
atong the Sonttem property Itoe, fwnlng a distance ot 



110 fett more or ton ia a Norttorly diractioa. ruMag 
a <Uataw» of ITOiiM noct or leas in a Westerly dtrae- 
tton and rm^ a As^nce of UO iMt mora or less 
aloi« tte Eairt shte itf Birdneck Road. Said parcel 
contatos 4.S acrw more ot less. LYNNHAVEN BOR- 

21. An^ieation itf Penlwoke Meadows Shores Civic 
League tor a OnMlttioul Use Permtt to coestrvd a 
bod ramp on eeitala property located on Uw Nwtti 
akie of Pembroke Boulemd beginning at a pdd l» 
Ml more or IMS East at Maitia Drive, nmning a «i- 
toMe (tf 500 feet more or less atong the North ^ie 
of Penri>ral» Boulevard, ruadag a dlalaaee otUOfeet 
more or ten doog the Ea^m pntwrty line, nmuag 
a dldance ot 4804 ted along the Nortiiero proper^ 
line and running a datuiee d 300 tMt minre or laea 
atoi« the Western pn^erty line. SakI pared contains 
2.7 acrM more or Ims. BAYSn)E B(»OUGH. 
28. Apfdlcatton d Hw^ina and AssodatM. Inc.. for a 
Coadittonal Use Permit ftM* a duplex on certain pro- 
perty toeated on the South dde d 12th Stred faegia- 
nlng at a pdd 129 ted Ead d Cypress Avenae, run- 
ning a distance d 50 ted atong the South dded 12a 
Stred. running a distance d 99.79 Itti atong tte 
Eadera property line, nmning a distance d 50 fed 
atong the Sodhera propnty line and running a dis- 
tance of 99.79 te^ aiaot the Weden property liae. 
(Lakewood Area). VmCIOTA BEACH BOROUGH. 
23 AppUcattOB d Richard N. Gualer and NoelGusler, 
Jr:, tor a Condltloma Use Permit for recrMttonai 
fhciliUM d an outdoor nature (mter slide) on cer- 
tato property toeated at the Southwed toterseetlon d 
30th Stred Extended and Holly Road, running a distance 
ot 491 t«ti along the Northera property line (30tt Stred 
Extended), nmnii^ a distance d 567.7 fed in a Soutt- 
eaderly direcUM and nmn%g a distance d 484 fed 
atong the Wed skle d Holly Road. Sakl parcel is trian- 
gular In ahape and contains 2.4 sens. LYNNHAVEN 
BOROUGH. 

24. ApidicaUon d James H. Mahler for a Condtlonal 
Use Permit tor a hair dressin shc^ on certato property 
toeated on the Ead dde d Fird Cotonial Road begin- 
ning d a poid ^.25 fed North of WiU-0-Wlsp Drive, 
numing a distance ot 238.93 feet along the Ead side 
of Fird Cotodal Road, running a distance d 391.10 
fed along the Northern property Une. running a dis- 
tance d 181.52 IttA along the Eadem property Une 
and running a dlstence d 385 le^ atong the Souttem 
property Une. Said parcel contains l.Wi acres. LYNN- 
HAVEN BC«OUGH. 

STREET CLOSURE: 

25. ApidicatloB d Terry Corporation d Virginia, for 
the dlscditinuance, dosure and abandonmed or portions 
of Timberlake Drive and Bridlecone Drive. 
TUnberUke Drive: Beginning at a point 483 letA more 
or lM8 South d the idersectton of Proposed Uidqwn- 
dMce Bodevard (Dismantled Railroad) and Timberlake 
Drive, running a. distance d 670 fed atong the Wed 
and East sides of Timberlake Drive. Parcels begin 30 
feet from the cederUne d Timberlake Drive and are 
variable in wklth from feet to 40 fed. 
Bridlecone Drive: Beginning at a point 50 fed more 
or less Wed of the idersecUon ot Timberlake Drive 
and Bristlecone Drive, running a distance d 584 tetA 
more or less atong tlm North ami South skie&d Bris- 

and Bridlectme Drive, hmdng a distance d 637 fed 
more or less dong tte North and South sMes d Bris- 
tlecone Drive. Parcels begin 30 feet from the cen- 
terline ot Bridlecone Drive and are variable to width 
from ted to 40 fed. 

Plats wtUi more detailed idomatton are available 
to the Departmed ot Plandng (Timberlake Am). 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

26. AppUcation d Terry Corporation of Virginia for 
the diseodinuanee, etosure and abandonment at a por- 
tion d Tlmerlake Drive beginning at the Wedem 
boundary d South Plaxa Trail utd extendtog to a Wm- 
terly direction a distance d 1228 fed mora or less 
to the Eadera bomidary of Indqwndence Bodevard 

Sroposed). SaU stred is 60 fed to width, (limber- 
ce Area). KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH. 

27. Applicatton d Ptoe Acre, Inc., for the dlscon- 
ttouance, doaun and abandonmed of portions d Firat 
Stred, Third Str«d, PMnsylvada Avenue, Marylaid 
Avemie. Virginia Avenue and Wed Virginia Avenue. 
Fird ared: Begiimtog at tte WMtera boundary d Wed 
Virginia Avaue, extending to a Westerly <Ut-edtoB a 
distance d 350 fed and beginning at the Wenem boun- 
dary ot Pennsylvania AvMue extending in' a Wederly 
direeUon a distance d 150 fed. Sdd «tf4d is 50 feet 
to widtt. 



/ 



Third Stred: Beginning at the Wefiem boundary d 
Virginia Avenue extending to a Wederly direeUon a 
distance d 560 fed more or le^s. Sakl dred is 50 
fMt to wldtt. 

Pennsylvania AvMue: Beginning at the Northera boun- 
dary d tte Virginia BMch-Norfdk E^ressway ex- 
tendli« to a Northerly direeUon a distance d 740 
fed and beginntog 157.50 feet Nortt d tte Northera 
boundary of Second Stred extending to a Northerly 
dlrecUon a distance d 210 fed mora or less. Sakl 
stred to SO fed to wkitt. 

Maryland Avenue: Beginning at tte Northera boundary 
of tte Vlrgtola BMch-Norfolk Equvasway edeoding 
to a Northerly direcUoi a distance d 670 fed to tte 
Souttera boundary d Second Stred, begiuing at the 
Northera boundary d Second Stred extendtog toaNortt- 
erly dlrecUon a distance of 365 fed more or leu and 
be^ndag d tte Northera bomdary d Firat Sb«d 
extending to a Ifortherly directum a distance d 480 
fed to tte Sovtten brandary d Bonney Road. Saki 
dred to 50 fed to wldtt. 

Virdnia Avenue: Beginning d tte Morthera boundary 
of tte Vlrgida Bndi-NorfoUc EqvMSway extending to 
a Northerly diredtoa a distance d 590 fed to the 
Sodhera boundary d Second Sred and bedming at tte 
Norttera boundary of Se«ind Street Mtendtag to a 
Norther^ direeUon a distance d 1050 fed to the Soutt- 
era boundary d B«mey Road. &Jd street to SO fed 
towkltt. 

Wed Virgida Avwue: Begiadag at tte N(Rlhem boun- 
dary d tte Virgida Ben^Norfdk Expressway n- 
tendi^ to a Nortterly diredion a distance d 70 ItiA; 
begiffiii^ at the Norttera booUtory d Se«»d Stred 
extending to a Nortterly drectton a dstance d ISO 
fed and bagtodag at tte Nwthen boundary d Fird 
Stred eiton^ to a Nortterly Erection a dataace d 
480 fed to tte Sodhera bomdaryd Bonney Itoad. 
&kl stred to W fed to wkXh. 
puts Witt dore detailed intormatton are available 
to tte Dqartmed of Planing. (Mklway Area). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

28. Motion d the Pluak« Comal^ddl d tte City d 
VUvlda BMdi to amend and reontoto Artide 2. Sec- 
tion 203 (d)? d the ComprrtendvTZonlng Ordmnce 
penauuag toldt-streel paridag reqdranats fte haad- 
ew>ed persc^. Mora Mafied liArirmaUon to avdld>to 
to tte DqiartiBed ot Mimiiv. 
PtoU Witt dore detoUed totormUkn on tlw dnvc 
apftUcaUMS ire available to the Departmed d Man- 
^. -^' 
__JkU Wereded person are tovited to attend. 
Si^rtJ.Sedt 
Btoector d Planning 

TBS 10/27. 11/03 - U 



OSDEIOFfDByCATKnr 

fe threat's oaie#d tte 

CIrM <^«rt df tbeC^ 

d mrgiaia Band, VA, on 

tte 21d day d October. 

1978. 

KattymteDtiaey, 

Plddtff, 

ai^iad 

Donald Nelaon Uaney, 

DdWEnt. 

The e^d d tUa adt 
u to (Mate a <H*offe* a 
iteodo flurtritoodi term 
tiM add i^ndad, woethe 
growids dcwstnetiveito- 
aortton or, in tte d- 
terartra, on the grounds 
of the Qm^dnad aadO^ 
tendad lave lived aeimrate 
and aptft for a period d 
mora ttui «w year. 

And an affidavit fenvlBg 
be« made and filed ttat 
(toe dUigence hu boM na- 
ed t9 w to behalf d tte 
Comj^atoad to ueertato 
to whldi coimty or cor- 
poration the (Mendad U, 
withod Meet, tiie tod 
known pod office addrera 
b^s 764 HilttM Road. 
Vi^toto Beach, Va it to 
ordered that he do a^pMr 
here Witt ten (10) daya d- 
ter (toe puUleation here- 
of, and do what nay be 
necessary to prated Ua 
idered to ids suit. 
A cop^-tedr. John V. 
Fntreas 

BT: J. CurUa Fruit. De- 
puty. Clerk. 
David D. nckerson 
Pmnbroke One-Sdte 525 
Virgida Beac^, Va. 23462 

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11/24 « 



ORDER OFPUBUCATION 
to tte Qerii'a Office of tte 
Circuit Court d the City 
ot VUftoto BMch. Va. on 
tte 20tt day d October. 
1976. 

Deborah Sue Mankto How- 
son. 
PtoinUtt, 



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niUam FrankUn How- 
aon, Jr., 
Defendant. 

The dried d tola sdt 
to to obtain adivorceavto- 
cdo matrimodi from the 
sakl ddendad, qxm the 
grounds d one year 
a^iaratkm. 

And aa aftUavit havtog 
bew made and filed that 
tiw defendmit to a non-ra- 
ak^ddtha«atedVlCT 



GtodstoifB, Ctildnlilts. 
bdian it to ordered Ihat 
he do appear here wittto 
ten (10) daya after dkw 
pubUcation hand, and do 
whd may be necessary fo 
prdeet hto idered in ttto 
sdt. 

A copy-Tede John V. 
Fedreu 

By: J. Curtis Fniit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Tklewater Legal AU 
Society 

147 Granby Stred 
Norfolk. Va. 



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11/03, 11/10 



OtDER OF PUBLICATION 
to tte Ctoric's Office d 
tte Clrcdt Court d tte 
city of Virgtoto Bm^ Va, 
on tte 20tt day d Octo- 
ber, 1976. 
Larry Leon Croom, 
Ptoidlff, 
againd 

Bonate Fay Croom, 
Defended. 

The dijed d Uito aait 
to to oMato a divorce a 
vtoeuto matrimodi tran 
the said ddmtod. qioatte 
grounda of desertion. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and fUed ttat 
the defended due dil^ance 
has been I9 or to behalf 
d tte Complaiimd to as- 
certato to wUeh county or 
corporatton tte ddendad 
to, withod elfed, tiielad 
known pod office addnu 
being: 1824 Nortt Straun- 
Uae IMve, Virgida Batdi, 
Virgida it to ordo^ ttd 
ahe do iwnr here vMUn 
ten (10) days after dae 
pdiUeaUon hered, ud do 
whd Buy be necesaan to 
inded her Idered towa 

suit. J;__ 

A ow-Tede: Jdm V. 
Fedreu 

By: J. Curtto Fniit, De- 
puty, Clerfc. 

fWmu W. Goodmaa.Jr. 
3284 VlrgtniaBeaeh Bode- 
vard 

P.O. Box 2195 
Virgida BMdi. Va. 
23452 

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11/17 « 



OBDER OF PUBUCATK»i 
la tte Clerk's (XDee d tte 
Cir^ Coai d tte a^ 
<tf Virgida BoM^. Va.. on 
M 19tt day d OedMr, 
1976. 

Walter Lee Moore, 
PtoidUf, 



.^lle diied d Uus suit is 
pj ditato » 4Wmrce avto- 
0UO ButiMuidl Jnun the 
MM dilwriliit, jjBOB tte 
grottnd^tftti'clirteahnv- . 
m randiM iMlpmte fiv « 
over a yanr, Mpa^ioa 
hndag oeeurnd on Fdm* 
ary 11,1975. 

And an affidavtt havigf 
IMM jBdIe dri"1Ued mr:" 
tte dBfNdurt to • BOB-rvi 
dddidOwlilitoefViri^ 
^lia, tteladkKnnpMl 
dfice addreu hate: RmH 
15, Bos ni DMbx*U1«,; 
Flotm- tt to wftm thS(4 

te« (10) omaftiff duepub- 
Uei^hared.aMdowhat 
may be neceasat? to pro- . 
t««l her idwed to ttto s. 

•Qlt. . ..I 

A copy-fi^i: Joba V. „ 
Fentren 

By: J. Cutis Frdt, De-1: 
p^.Clerli ,< 

RoMrt L. Gdteraaa 
|««A Fird ColodalRd.:^ 
Virgida iMch, VA j; 

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U/17 « 



ORDER OF WBUCkrvm 
a tltoa«9k's Office d tti 
Cinutt Court of tte City 
d Vinida Beach, Va. on 
the KJttd October, 1976 
Debiffah Jena SpradUn 
Swtoher, 
Plaldffi, 



Cartto Wayae Swisher 
DdMdad. 

The d^ed d (Ids adt 
to to ditato a divorce • - 
vtoeuto martrimooii from 
the aaki ddendad, ainn 
the grounda d one year 
aepantiML 

And aa affidavtt having 

tte defudad'a jtod known 
post office addreu to 129 
Palm BMCh Place. #8 Vir- 
giato BMch. Virfida, and , 
tittt due dlUguee hu been 
used by and on behalf d ' 
the ^aiafitl to aacertato 
to atet county Or corpon- 
UoB the defndad to. witt- 
od efted. R to ordered . 
that he do appear ken, 
wtthto tu (10) dnya after 
due pd i Ucanon httnal, and : 
do what mav be nccMaary ,', 
to prated hto intered to '. 
ttito sdt^ 

A ocqpy-Teste: John V. ^ 
Fedreu 

By: J. Curtto Fruit, De-^ 
puty. Clark. 4 

pute. Clerfc ' 

ndmter Lenal AM 

UwMdg. Suite 350 * '*^ 
147 Graaby Stred 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 

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VKGOnA: 

IN THE CIRCUn COURT V 

OF THE CITY OF VIR-;. 

GINIA BEACH Od. 18, imS, 

IN RE: JAMES M. JOR-: 

DAN, JR., „ 

I^CEASED 

imOWCAUSE AGAINST ., 

DISTRIBUTION 

CPi43S5 

It swearing that a ra- , 
port d the accountodVIr- . 
glda NitiOBd Baak. Exe- 
cutor dtteEstotedJamu 
II. Jordan, Jr., Oeeaaaed, . 
and d tte debts ud de- :• 
manda agatod tlie nMe \. 
hu beenfiledtotinCteit'a 
(Mfice, and ttd six ntodha : 
have elapaed dnee the 
qaaUflcatiOB. on moticwd: 
the personal npnaento - ^ 
tivM it to ordered ttd. 
tte creditors of. and aU 
qther iateruted to the w- 
tde Aow cause on the 19tt . 
day d November, 1976, 
bdore thto Co«rt d tts 
eourtrooni againd thepay- 
med and ddivety « the 
Mtde to file togatMawtth- , 
od reqairtog refanding 
bonds. 

It to further ordered that 
tte foregoing porticw d 
thto onHur be pdbUshed 
once a weA for four sac- 
cesdve weeks la the Vir- 
ginto Bud Sun, a news- 
paper publiahad to the City 
d Virgiato BMch, 
Vir^ato. 

A copy-Tede Joha V. 
Fedreu 

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11/17 « 



ORDER OF PUm^ATKW 
to the Clerk^s Qfltee d> 
the Circatt Coaitdthe Ctty ^ 
d Vlrftato Bench, oa tte . 
18tt ^y of October, 1978. V 
Sarah P. Lewto, 
PldaUff, 

mtad S 

lldvto H. Lewto * .-i 

The Oattad ^tea d. 
America, 



Barbara Am WUUa Hoorc, 



The ob^ <a thto adt . 
to fortheaddjiiatattlto 
ditato a garaldiMd d 
tads, dM tte drfMdul^,, 
btt tte tmtimm d 

m^d naderad dl4krdi3i ;, 
197t to llw Ciraitt C^art- 
d Ike Ctty ot Virf^ 
Beadi toe a r rea ragM to 
i^Odsivpwt. 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



Aad n affidtvtt hai^ 
btn iriadt and litod ttat 
Of iMtofldul Unotare- 
ii«nt dUMtettofVlr- 
lbiia, tM lut kBotm po«t 
omcft addrMg btioc son 
Clark AtniM, BiUlDga, 
Montaia. It la (»4«r«d that 
Maim H. Iiwrto do ap- 
PMT Ikn irtttiii taa (10) 
daja alter 4toB^Ueauoo 
htrwtf, a«d do vluA may 
IM neeaaaaiT to imitect 
Ui Mertiit ia tlila rait. 
A eo|9-TMt8: Jokn Y. 
FMrtfwa 

%f', ltMdr«d A. Welgand 
•pWiwff ana ttain 
Robert M. Stein, 
4S0UwBnUdii« 
Norfolk, Va. 2S510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATIOM 

totktCl«it's(Miceo(tlie 

Cireott Court of tbe City 

of VirtHttia Beach, VA, on 

tie ISth day of Octot>er, 

1976. 

Gordon C. Peitlns, 

Plaintiff, 

againat 

Relwcca L. Perkins, 

DefendaiU, 

Th^ <A]ect of tills suit 
i$ to'obajn a dlTorce a 
vlne^ matrimonii from 
the said defendant, apon the 
pvunds ol one jrMf s^- 
ratioB, 

And an ^dairtt ha«lfl( 
been ^de.and filed that 
the definidaiit is a aoo- re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
Kinia, the last knomi post 
office address bein(: 777 
W. Lancaster Road, Apt. 
46C, Orlando, Florida 
328M It is ordered that 
,.ar here within 
f$ alter duepid)- 
ff,ahddowhat 
__, .--ssarjr to pro- 
tect herlMerest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: J(dm V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
nity. Clerk. 
CAlTin H. ChQdress 
53S Newtown Road 
Vl^Oa Beadi, Va. . 



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She do 
ten (10) « 
llcationl 
may be 



(HtDER OF PUBUCATION 
bi the Cleit's Office of the 
Circatt Conrt of the dty 
of Vlrfinia. Beach, 1^. on 
the 5th day at Octolier, 
1978. 

Aoiastlne Eufene Penta, 
PlaintUf, 



Ansa Purara Penta, 
Deftodant. 

The oble<^ of this svtt 
is to <Mato a idtvorce a 
vincolo ■Htrimontt bxHn 
the said delindaat, qx« 
the fTOODds of deaertion. 

Andtt andafit hayiac 
iM«B riute and fUed ttiat 
the dellndart is a non-re- 
aldeat of Uie State of Vir- 
gbda, the laat known post 
<an^ addreas heii^: 127 
VU Terradna, Na^es, It- 
aly 10125 it is ordered tt«t 
she do'iqipear here wttUn 
ten (10) teys after doe 
pidillcition hereof, and do 
what niy be Mvessary to 
protect her taiterest in oils 
salt. 

A eoprr-Teste: John V. 
Fentrwas 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
J. Caimron Mum 
4m Ben Franklin Lane 
Vlrglttla Beach, Va. 23462 

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11/03, 4t 



CmDBt OF PUBLICATION 
la ttie Cleric's (Mfice of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virclnla BMCh, VA, on 
the l»h day of October, 
1976. 

Francea Terra liiddleton, 
Plalirtlff, 
against 

Richard Lawrence Middle- 
Defendant. 

The ab}eet of Ois raU 
la to obtain % ttwne a 
m«»i et thoro from the 
said d^HMtant, upi» the 
graeda ofeonstnictivede- 
aertioa. 

And an affidavit having 
<Mm made ud filed that 
Um defiadaat is a non-re- 
sidentof tteftiMtfVlr- 
gWa, U» ^ iawwn p(Ht 
(OU^ addma beiar e/o 
Ki^iM RMtanrant, EllU 
% AckKM, Hiss- 
It is ordered that 
appear here witUa 
days after<hiepiA- 

h«wtf,aaddowtet 

>ti>«saary topro- 
.Ub iatavst in this 



A eopy-teste: Joka V. 

Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Frutt, De- 

p^, Clerk 

Fine, Fine, Legum A Fine 

720UwBaUdlng 

Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
Is the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virgiala Beach.Va. 
oa the 12a day of Octo- 
ber, 1976. 

Bolne Faye Cartwriitat 
Davis, 
Plalatifi, 
agaiari 

Henry Alexander Davis, 
DeJendant. 

The object of tjiis salt is* 
to obtain uannulmentorin 
the alternative a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defe^idant, iQootbe 
grounda of under the age of 
consent/one year separa- 
tion. 

Aad an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a ora-re- 
sldentof the State of Tlr- 
gioU, the lait known post 
office addiress behig: D. C. 
No. 050763, DepartmeDt of 
Offender RehaUlttatlap, P. 
O. Drawer 1072, Arcadia, 
Floriita 33221 It is order- 
ed that be do appear here 
withfai ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect ills interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentre^ 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk, 
Donald E. Lee, Jr. 
2625 Princess Afihe Road 
VirgWa Beach, Va. 22456 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATIOR 

IiitlMClcit'atMkiaofthe 

Circuit Court fd the City 

of Virginia BwA, Va. on 

the Sth day (d October, 

1976, 

Patricia Louise Ste^, 

PlaUitifl, 

against 

difford Jama Steele, 

Defendaal. 

The obleet <rf thU aalt 
ia to obtais a dlvor^ a 
vinculo aatrimoall tna 
the said dafmdant, iqwo 
the grounda of one year 
separation. 



And an affidavit having 
been ande and filed Hud 
the defHMlaM ia a w^-re- 
aUent of the State irf Vir- 
ginia, the laat known vM 
office addreaa MngrllCB 
138, D Compaq, f;p.0., 
New Tortc, New York 96601 
It Unordered that he do 
Mipear^MMre within t«n UO) 
days after due piddlcaUon 
teraof, aad do what may 
be neeaaaary to protect his 
iidereat in ala suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CttitU Fruit, De- 
puty, CleriL 
Michael A. Inman 
Suite 211, Pembr(A« Four 
BUg. 
Vlrgiala Beach, Va. 

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lAlch is alaotheplalittiff's 
address, it U ordered ttat 
he do aniear here wtthln 
ten (10) (toys afterduepub- 
Ui^afiw berwf, and do what 
may be neceaaarv to pro- 
tect bis interest in fids 
sUt. 

A cf^-Teste: John V. 
FsotrsM 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cleric 
James A. Gorry 
P.O. Boa 626 
Vtrgteia Beadi, Va. 
23451 

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CRl^OF^TOBUCfnON 




OmUi OF PUBUCATK)N 
b the deck's Office of tiw 
Cireai Court of fiie City 
of Viiflnia Beach Va., on 
tlM IM^day tf (Molwr, 
1976. 



ORDER 
VntGDOA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCOIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON TOE TTHDAYOF OCT- 
OBER, 19^. 

bi re: Adi^tkn of William 
Jolm Fermw and Chria- 
tqiliMr Joaeph Ferrone 
By: Harry Lennr Brelden- 
stein and Mary Marie Brel- 
denstein, Huabesd and wife 
Petttioners 

TO: Harry Joseph Ferrone, 
Jr. 

20 Mountain Road 
Rockaway, New Jersey 

In Chancery 

C-76-1117 



tkis (toy came Barry 
Leroy BreUenstein and 
Hut Marie Brridenstein, 
Petmoners, aad represen- 
ted that the object of tUs 
proeeeting is w effect the 
adopUeLOf file above nam- 
ed ^^ (s), William John 
Ferrone and Christopher 
Jos^ Ferrone, by Harry 
Looy. BreideuteiB and 
Marie BreMensteitt, 



of Tlrg&ift'Bi^keh','!^. on 

ttie 7th day 6f oapber, 

1976. 

StepbeiLfiMr Dooatone, 

Ptatttiff, 

Ellen Richards Donatoae, 
Defendant. 

The object of tUs suit 
is to obtaia a divorce a 
vinculo matriavHdl from 
the said defMdant, qwn 
the grounda of desertkm. 

And an affidavit havh« 
been made and filed th« 
the ddndaat ia a aoo-re- 
sldetf of theSUteofVlr- 
glnto, the last known post 
office address bebig: 91 
Orchard Avmu, Emsraon, 
New Jersey. 

ft is ordered that die do 
appear here witUn ten (10) 
days after due pridicaflon 
hereof, taA do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
Interat in this suit. 
A copy-Tede: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cleit 
Andrew Ege 
13M Laakln Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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Rfta Maria Enei De Mac- 

PheraOB, 

Defnidaat. 

The object cf fids suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
meaaa et fiM»« from the 
said deCndiflt, upon fiie 
grounda of peawtiott. 

And an kflldaftt having 
bean mate and filed that 
the defendant la a DOOhre- 
aident of Oieffii^flf Vir- 
ginia, the last kao«i post 
office addreaa Mati Co- 
k» 1145, 3490 Gm Cor- 
rlMtes, ArgentlaaMAm- 
«rica it is dnttrsd Oat 
Ae do apipear h^trtttla 
tea (10) days aftardwpidi- 
Ueanoohweof, anddortat 
may be' neceasary to pro- 
tect her interest ift Ois 
suit. 

A eopy'-Teste: J(rim V. Fen- 
tress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty. Clerk 
A. Joe Canada 
4336 Viiigiaia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia E^di, VA 

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ladiiaxTjioMfit 

Ferrone, Jr.. a natural 
parod of said ddUrren), 
ia a non-resident of the 
State of Vlr^nla, the last 
known ptuA (dfice address 
bel^ 20 Moartaln Road, 
Rockaway, New Jersey R is 
therefore Ordered that the 
said Harry Josqih Fer- 
rone, Jr. ajpear before 
this Court wtthln ten (10) 
daya after pidiUntitm of 
thb Orderand indicate hia/ 
iMr attttudetowirdthepro- 
pMed adcmtkm, or other- 
wise do what is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
fills matter. 

A copy tMte: John V. 
Fentreaa, Clerk 
By: 3. Citrtis Fruft, D.C. 

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11/03, « 




ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office Of the 
Clrcidt Court of the Cttv 

of Virginia Beach, Va. on 

the 12tb (toy of October. 

1976. 

Jamea A. RoUda, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

HiUda R. RobUa, 

Defendant. 

The AJert of thia ault 
is to obtain a divm^e a 
vtacnlo matrimonii from 
the saldd^odaitf, qnathe 
grounds of one year'a 
a^ntkin »)-91 (9). 

And an affidavit havtag 
ben nsde aad filed md 
file ddendaat laanon-re- 
aideat (tf the atfcirfVir- 
glMa, the last known poat 
office addreaa being: 4359 
Timaqnana Ro«l, Jaekaon- 
viUe, Florida, 32210 tt Ik 
ordered fiiat ahe do appev 
here wtthln ten (1(Q days 
afta- due puUicanoi here- 
of , and do whd may be ae- 
eesaary to protect her fa- 
terest ia tiila ^t. 
A copy-Teste: J^i V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cleit. 
FUUBfiPettnan 
S330liile Aveme 
VlrghUa Beach, Vlrgiala 

23ai 

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11/10 « 



immiw PUBUCATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tiie 

Clrcntt Court of flMCtty 

ot Vtrgteto Beadi. VA. on 

the 1& day (tf October, 

1976. 

Ev^ W. milie Caaoo, 

nalntiff. 

agatost 

EarfeeAL. Caaon, 

DefSBdnt. 

The 0ble<^ itf this suit 
ia to (Mate a divorce a 
nMsa at ihoro to be mer- 
ged into a tfirom a vin- 
oilo antrtmHdl from the 
aaid dtftadant, igxm fiie 
grounda <a one year sept- 
ratiea. 

AM an alfidKi« havtag 
bean made aad lUedllmt due 
dU%eM» Jaa bee* aaed by 
or la belilf 4tf file C^UB- 
plalteaf to aaeertata ia 
iMdi couHly Bt cot- 
pnrttoa flw d^mdaid Is, 
vmort aile^ Oe lart 
kaewii poA cmn Mhlreaa 
briag: a49 Plnewood 
Itotoe, Tii«Ma Beach, 
Vfrgtaia wild la the laat 
taem ad&«sa we have 
been Me to ftod lor him 



(XtDER OF PUBUCATION 

In Oe Clerk's Office of file 

Clreutt Court of fiie ctty 

of Virginia Beadi, Va. oa 

the Wi day of October. 

1976. 

Ilwmaa R. WUllams, 

PlainUff, 

agalnat 

Caeri Lee LermaWUliams 

OefMidsat. 



The (4>]ert of fills suit 
to to obteia a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoiU from 
file said (toCtudant, upon 
the groumto ot having Uved 
wtpuai* and apart for 
more than one year. 

Aid aa aflmvtt havtog 
beoBmade andfitodUiattiie 
4tftiiihrt to a noB - re- 
ddl«tf tteSt^ofVfr- 
gltfa, tt* laat kaowa post 
oiBea addTMs bdnr Route 
1, Jte 294, Saqipoose, 
Orapw. tt toorderwithat 



she do ai^ear here withto 
ten (im itoya after due 
piddiatffcw htma, uddo 
wl^'may be neceasary to 

pntat her taterest In ttto 

sutt. 

A om-7vka: Jota V. 

Featresa 

9f: i. Ontto Frutt. De- 

prty.CWIt. 

Howell, AuiUM, Dangher- 

ty A Brown 

901 MRTfOfE Tower 

NnlOlk, V^tato 

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C«DER OF PUBLICATION 

la ttieClerk'B Office of file 

Circuit Court of ttie Ctty 

of Virginia Beach, Va. on 

the Sth day of Oct>^r, 

1976. 

Richard Davis Sprttigle, 

Jr.. 

nalBtiff, 

againri 

Perdval Joyce Stofi 

^ringje. 

Defendant. 



ne object of fiito sutt 
to to obtaia a divorce a 
vinculo matrimoafi from 
the defendant, upon the 
grooMto of one year aep- 
aratkw. 

And an aflidavtt having 
been made and ffiadfimt 
the defendant's last taowa 
post office address to)74i 
E. Stratford Road, Vlr^to 



Beach, Virglnto, and Uiat 
due diligence haabeeoaaed 
Iff and (» behalf of tha 
luaintiff to ucertaja to 
what county or oirportfion 
file ddundent to, wtUmtt 
effect, tt to ordered ttiat 
ahe do appear here wtthln 
ten (10) daya after diw 
puMlc at l o n hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her toterest to teto 
sutt. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

Byr J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Tidewater Legal Aid Soc^ 
iety 

147 Graidyy Street, Office 
350 
Herfolk„V«^- 

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11/03,41 



to the ClMk'a Office of file 
Clreutt Court of file ctty of 
Virglnto Beach, Va. on fiie 
6tti day of October, 1976. 
Curtto Lee Briley, Jr., 



Ptolntifl, 

against 

Emma Jean Briley, 

D^ndaat. 

He objed ta thto suit 
to to oboto a dlv«»ce a 
vtoodo matrlmooU from 
file said defendant, qxai the 
grounda of havtog find 
aqartte aad apartnrover 
one year. 

And aa aflidavtt havtog 
been made and ffled fimt 
Um defendMt to a noa-re- 
aident of tte Stole of Vir- 
glnto, file laat known post 
office addreaa bring: 35 
EmA Rennell Avene, Lez- 
tagtoa Part, Marytaad 
20653 tt to <»d*red Uiat 
ahe do appear lm« withto 
tu (10) Aya alter due 
pnhlicatioB feeretS, aad do 
what aiay be necessary to 
protect hw interest to this 
sidt. 

A copjr-Te^: Joba v. 
Fentreaa 

hf: J. Cartto Frutt, De- 
p^, Clert. 
William E. B^rra 
916 B. East Lfiierty St. 
Chesspeako, Va. 23324 



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11/01,41 ^ 



OBUm OF PtBUCATION 
to file Clerk's Office of 
the Cirodt Comrt <a Uie 
Ctty olVlifiBta Beach, Va. 
00 Om 1» day (tf October 
1978. 

EtoiwUc^ardGUl, 
PtttotUf, 



Janet MU7 GUI, 
DclMdant. 

The oitfict of tbto suit 
to to obteta i divorce a 
HMua at ttwro to be mer- 
ged Wo aa a vtoculo mat- 
rimoafi deerw qwn pro- 
per apiitoHoii from Uie 
aaid <<**f*i¥. upon the 
groadsef^trt^ 

And aa affidavit havtog 
bew mat aad ffied fiiat 
file driaadaat to a aon-re- 
iddent«Caw8UteofVlr- 
gtoto, flte laat known poat 
oSle* adfraas being: 424 
BoB*ftaek3a Rue, Some- 
net 4l'«LUnadate, lUl- 
astti,^.^. ttto<»ter- 
ed ttat si* do appear here 
wtthia tea (10) teys after 



due pidiUcation hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest to 
fills suit. 

A c<^-Teste: Jolm V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Jamet A. Gorry, 01 
P.O. Boi 626 
Virgiida Bnch, VA. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

la the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the Ctty 

of Virginia Beach, Va. on 

file 8th day of October, 

1976. 

Robert Frank Ward, 

Ptoiotitt, 

against 

Alice Evelyn Briggs Wtrd, 

Defendant. 

The object of fiito sutt 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vtoculo matrimonU from 
ttie said defendant, up<» 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavtt havtog 
been made and filed tM 
the deteadant to a non-re- 
sMent of ttie State of Vlr- 
gtoia, Uie last known post 
office addreaa being: North 
Armaace. North Hampton 
County. Lesake, New Jer- 
sey. U Is ordered that she 
do amear here within ten 
(10) days after due pub- 
llcatkm hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her toterest to this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Glenn B. McClanan 
425 South Wltcbduck Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 
to file Clerk's Office Of Uie 
Clreutt Court of the City 
ot Virglnto Beach, Va. on 
the ISth day of October, 
1976. 

mrthwidaiW'" Vri' • 

PtolnUfl, '■* ^ 

against 

Hardy Sneed, ato, 

Deteadant. 

The object of thto suit 
is to qipoint a substitute 
trustee. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and ffied that 
there are or may be per- 
sons interested to the pro- 
perty to be dtoposed of, 
whose names are unknown, 
namely, the widow and 
heirs, devisees and suc- 
cessors totttle(rfTomHlU, 
who are made parties de- 
fendant by the general de- 
scrlptldn of "parties un- 
known." tt to. ordered that 
Uiey do appear here withto 
ten (10) days after due p<di- 
Ucation hereof, anddowhat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect ttefr iatereat to thto 
sutt. 

A copy-Teste: Jdm V. 
Feittiiss 

By: J. Curtto Frutt, De- 
puty, Cleik 
J. Davto Reed 
2240 Great Neck Road 
Vlrgtoto Beach. Va. 
23451 

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11/10- «. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to the Cterk's Office of the 

Clreutt Court of the City 

of VirgUa B«adi, Va., on 

file 19th day of October, 

1976. 

Terry L. McCraary, 

Plainttff, 

against 

Jane E. McCraary, 

Defendaat. 

The ol4ect of fiito sutt to 
to Maia a divorce a vto- 
culo matrtmomd frtna the 
said dtfmdaat, upoa the 
gnnrnda of oa* year coa- 
ttouoaa and ndaterrtqited 
separafioe. 

Aad an affidaidt having 
been made aad ffied ttmt 
the detendaat to a aoa-re- 
ddeat d Am 8M$ of Vir- 
glnto, the laat ImoM post 
office iMnu.b^ar- 1407 
Woodl^M Aveau*. Knox - 
vUte, Teaaeasa* 37917 tt 
to ordwed fint ahe do 
appear Un w^ta ten (10) 
teya after da* mUlcatlao 
hereof, and do wut amy be 
aecwiuT to protect Iwr 
irtwcrttofidasutt. 
A copy-Teste: J(M V. 
Fettress 

By: J. Curfis Frutt, De- 
puty, Cteit 
AlesR. Aftias 
UK QcM^ve BIdg. 
Nortfrik, Va. 23M2 

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COMMISSIONER'S SALE 

OF 
VALUABLE REAL ESTATE 

Pursuant to a certato decree entered on the 13th 
day of September, 1976, to a certato suit to Chancery 
depending to ttie Circuit Court of the City of Virglnto 
BMch, Vlrgtoto, udder Uie style of "Alberta F. Mor- 
rto, et als v. Beatrice Foreman, et als", I shaU, as 
^N«lal Commtostoner, offer for sale at Public Auction, 
at the front door of th^ Clerk's Office of the Circuit 
' Court of Uie Cttif of Virginia Beach, Virginia on 
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1976 
At Twelve O'clock Noon 
the foUowtog property, to-wtt: 

AU that 76.768 acre tract of tond to Blackwater 
Borough, Virginia Beach, Virginia, as shown on 
Ptot labeled "Plat of property of Alpbonso Fore- 
man, Sr. Estate "made by Harold C. Warren, Sr., 
Certisfied Land Surveyor, dated February 19, 1976 
descttMd a* follows: 

Begtontog at a potot on the South side of Head- 
driver ^Mui at the Northwest oomer of a 2.214 
acre parcel of land, shown on said plat, owned 
by Jessie F. Bright; thence S 22 degrees 10' 
14" E atong the center of a ditch and along the 
Western boundary of said Bright parcel ot land, 

477.15 feet to'fiM SouUiwest corner of said Bright 
parcel et land; thence N 74 degrees 44' 16' E 
along Bright pbreel of land 215.18 feet to a poiat; 
fiMice S 22 degrees 35' E 29.76 feet to a potot; 
fiience S 25 degrees 00 E 697 feet to a point; 
thence S 26 degrees 15' E 267 feet to a potot; 
Uience N 85 degrees 45' W 466 feet to a potot; 
thence S 21 degrees 30' E 537 feet to a point; 
Uience N 82 decrees 00 W 301 feet to a mint: 
Uience 77 degrees 30' W 10».7feettoa potot; Uience 
N 83 degrees 30' W 1.204 feet to a potot; Uience 
N 03 degrees 36' 57" E 140.99 feet to a potot; 
Uience N IS degrees 16' 49" E 193.64 feet to a 
potot; Uieace N 55 degrees 57' 53" E 51.76 feet 
to a potot; thence N 36 degrees 20' 04" E 90.33 
feet to a point; thence N 59 degrees 23' 25" E 
144.21 feet to a point; thence N 51 degrees 47' 
58" £ 87.07 Itet to a potot; ttioK* N 36 degrees 
48' 55" E 73.4 feet to a point; fiwace N 22 degrees 
25' 17" E 97.53 feet to a potot; fiience N 42 degrees 
57' 33" E 110.38 feet to a potoftj; thence N 01 
degreea 36' 24" W 60.63 feet to a pdat; Uience N 
11 degrees ~33' 09" E 110 feet more or less to the 
center of an Old Abandoned Road; thence S 72 
degrees OO^C along the centw of said Old Aban- 
doned Road 160 feet more or less to a potot; 
thence N 22 degrees 55' 51" E along Uw center 
ot said Old Abandoned Road 170 feet more or less 
to the South right of way fine of said Headriver 
Road; thence to a Northerly and Easterly direc- 
tion along the Eastern and Southern right of way 
Itoe respectively ot said Headriver Road 1,683^92 
feet to ue aforesaid point of beglnnlng>RelerMwe 
to said ptot to hereby made for a comi^ete de- 
scription of said pitqierty. 

TERMS OF SALE: 

1. Cash, and subject to conflnnation of the Court. 

2. A depostt of li)% will be required of the success- 
ful bidder wtth payment of the balance of the bid being 
due withto ten days after cimfirmation by the Court. 

3. Subject to right of harvesting and removal of 
CTopB now on said property. 

FRANK E. BUTLER, JR. 
^leclal Commtostoner 

For further Informatton concerning the above sale, 
ooatoct AnseU, Bittler and Canada, Attorneys at Law, 
4336 Virglnto Beach Boulevard, Virglnto Beach, Vir- 
glnto. 

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WpiCE OFffij^K^'BEjI^G 

Vlrgtoto: 

The regutor meeting of the CouncU of the City of Vir- 
glnto Beach will be held to ttie CouncU Chambers (a 
Uie Administration BuUdlng, City HaU, Prtocess Anne 
Stetlon, Virglnto Beach, VLi^toto, on Moiday, Novem- 
ber 15, 1976, at 1:00 P.M., at which ttme Uie foUow- 
tog applicafions wiU be heard: 
CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
KEMPSVILLE BCXtOUGH: 

1. PeUfin of David and Moral Howard for a Change 
of Zoning District Classificatlm from R-6 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on certato property 
located souHi of the IntersecUon of Btwney Road and 
SouUi Witchduck Road beglnnii^ at a potot 300 feet 
more or less North of Brady Court, running a dis- 
tance of 100 fert along toe SonUi side of Bonaey Road, 
running a dlstaade of 344.^ feet along the Eastern 
propel^ line, runniag a distaace of 100 fe^ along Uie 
Southnrn pn^erty fine and raantog a distance of 352.9 
feet atong the Western property lue. Said parcel con- 
totos 0.77 acre. (KempsviUe Area). KEMPSVILLE BOR- 
OUGH. 

CONDmONAL USE PERMIT: 

PRINCESS ANNE BOROUGH: 

2. AppUctilon of David B. Dennto for a Conditional 
Use Permtt for aa automoidle service statton on cer- 
tato property located on the South side ot Sandbridge 
Road beginning at a point 126.88 feet West of Sandpiper 
Road, running a distance of 150 feet along the SottUi side 
of Sandbridge Road, running a distance of 210 feet 
atong Uie Westera prqwrty Itoe, running a distance 
of 150 feet along tte SouUiem property line and running 
a distance of 210 feet along the Eastern property Itoe. 
SUd parcel cootaina 0.7 acre. (SanUiridge Area).PRIN- 
CESS ANNE BOROUGH. 

BAYSmE BORWGH: 

3.'A|^(»tioa Of Glenn E. Stephens for a Conditional 
Use Permtt for a fuU service gasolto* s«q>|dy stoUon 
on certato |»ai*ity located at Souttiwest comer of 
Shore Drive and GreenweU Road ruaatog a dtotance of 
55.50 feet along the West side of GreenweU Road, run- 
niu a distance of 232.39 feet aloag the SouUiem pro- 
perty fine, running a dtotiMice ot 139.86 f^ along 
the Western property line and ranatog a distance ot- 
200.33 feet aloag the SouUi side ot Store Drive. &ld 
parcel coatalns .469 acre. (BayidUe Park Area). BAY- 
SIDE B(»tOUGH. 
LYNNHAVSN BOROUGH: 

4. Ap^eaUon of Harvey H. Shiflet, m, for a Coodltlooal 
Use Permit for recreatioaal fieUlties of an ouUoor 
nature (temito) oa certato property beginning at a potot 
1300 feet more or less Northwnt ot the intersection of 
North Great Neck Road and Th(»ias Bishop Lane, nm- 
ntog a distaace ot 63 feet more or lesstoaNralh- 
westerly dlreeUoa, running a distance M 108 feet to a 
Northeasterly firocttoa, raatog a distaac* of 382.36 
feet to a Northerly dir*dtoa, running a ^tonce of 
488.50 along the NorUiMii property fine (Soutiieni boun- 
dary of Broad Bay Crail), runiriag a distance of 340 
feet to a SoofiMrly direcaoa, rumtog a distonce of 
568.08 ftet to a SouHkeasterly direction, running a dis- 
taace of M feet ip a Sortherly dlro<^ton nimitog a 
distance of 78 feet to a Souttieasterly directtoo and run- 
ning a distance of 537 feet more or less to a Northerly 
dfrection. Said parcel contains 7.38 acres more or less. 
(Broad Bay Ctikmj-Joba B. Dey Elemeatery School 
ArMS.) LYNNHAVOI BOROUGH. 

5. Ap|dlcaU(» ot Jam** H. Mahler for a Conditfooal 
Use Permtt lor a hair dressing shop on certato mo- 
perty loctied on Uie East tide of First Colonial Road 
begtontiv at a potot »>48.2S fe^ NorUi of WUl-0- 
WUm IWve. taaatog a dfa^aace ot ZUM feet aloag Uie 
East side td Flr^ Cotonial Road, running a distance 
ot 391.10 feet aloag fiie Northern property Une, nuntog 
a distonce of 181.52 feet along the Eastern pnqierty 
Itoe aad mulag a dtotaoM <d 385 teetalong Uie Soitthern 
proptitf line. 8M parcel coatains 1.905 acr^. LYNN- 
HAVEN BOBCKIGB. 

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A-8 - Virginia Beach Sia, Nov. 3, 1976 




Enmrgency lights 
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say authorities 



The Commonwealth's At- 
torney General has interper- 
ted a new law regulatinc red 
•mergency lights tommn 
that owners must ue two 
lights or no lights. 

This means firemen and 
rescue squad members in 



Chesapeake will now have 
to put a second emergency 
light on their vehicle orel9e 
remove the one they have 
now. 

The law, as orlgtoaUj 
written, permitted the {dace-i 
ment ol one red flashing or 



Trantwood plans fair 



Trantwood Elementary 
School will hold its annual 
bo<dt fair Nov. B-12 at the 
school on2344InlyBnviewRd. 
in Virginia Beach. 

The boolc fair will be open 
Monday through Thursday 
from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
and Friday from 9 a.m. until 



Wiams receives heroism medals from Capt. M.G. McCanna Jr. 

FfOfn the President 

Beach man receives medals 
for action in Belknap fire 



noon. Evening hours will be 
held on Wednesday from 5-8 
p.m. during the chiciten dta- 
ner which will be held that 
evening. 

BooIes wUl be displayed in 
the entrance foyer of the 
school. Proceeds will go into 
the general library fund. 



one steady burning light on 
one vehicle of a member of 
"any fire detartment, vol- 
unteer fire company or vol- 
unteer rescue squad" if the 
owner so desired. 

The law as rewritten 
changed one red light to 
two. Colonel Burgess said 
that the law was so rewrit- 
ten that the Attorney General 
has rendered the opinion that 
the owner must have no lights 
or two, with one not permit- 
ted. Further, owners of ve- 
liicles equipped with but one 
tl|bt must either remove it 
or add a second light. 

The lights can only be 
activated legally when the 
owmr is answering an emer- 
goi^ call. 



Beach 
newcomers 

Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Camj*eU Barnhart^ daugMen 

Mr and Mrs. Robert Lee Bateman, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Rosevelt Williams Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Matthew James Owens Jr., son; 

Mr and Mrs. Richard Edward Kinner Jr., son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Louis Edward McKinney, daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Michael Folsom, son; 

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Everett GUdersleeve Jr.. daughter; 

Mr. and Mrs. Randy Kay S^rs, son and 

Mr. and Mrs. Foster Jessup Matter, son. 



Shipboard routines sudden- 
ly came to a halt Nov. 22, 
1975 when the USS John F. 
Kennedy and USS Bell[nap 
collided in the Ionian Sea. 
High pressure fuel lines on 
the JFK ruptured and spray- 



ed fuel on the Belknap. The 
Belknap's mast broke, fires 
ignited and explosions fol- 
lowed. Navy men and Navy 
training were put to the test. 
Chief Boatswain's Mate 
(BMC) Paul Williams of Vir- 



Legal secretaries 
consider malpractice 



1. f ;t,; ■ aiiii M,;i 

, • '" will !■<■ the main 
C of discussion at the 
-./'. Secretaries Seminar 
. le held at The Mariner 
Rtsort Inn in Virginia Beach, 
Nov. 13. 

The legal education pro- 
gram sponsored by The Vir- 
ginia Association of Legal 
Sfecretaries will feature dis- 
tinguished speakers froi 
throughout the state, inch 
ing Dr. Rodney Johnson, of 
T.p. Williams ScboolofL^W- 
Otiier subjects to be cover- 
ed at workshops will be cor- 
porations, real estate, of- 
fice economics, title insur- 
ance and criminal practice 
and procedure. 

Mrs. Meyera Obemdorf, a 
member of the Virginia 



aeicli City Cmmcil, will wel- 
come those attending. Regis- 
tration is open to all legal 
secretaries Tie regis- 
tration iee is $25 and the 
deadline is Nov. 4. For fur- 
ther information contact: 
Mrs. Anne Byrum, 210-25th 
Street, Newport News, 23607. 
In conjunction with the 
seminar, representatives of 
sixteen legal secretaries' 
associations in Virginia will 
gather at The Mariner Re- 
8firt Inn on Noy, 14, for tlie 
quarterly meeting of the 
Board of Governors of the 
Virginia Association of Le- 
gal Secretaries. Mrs. Ra- 
mona R. Shank, PLS, state 
president and member of the 
Roanoke LSA will preside at 
all business sessions. 



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ginia Beach took charge of 
a fire party which fought 
throi«h exploding annunltion 
and fire to cool down other 
overheated weapons and 
flooded the S"-50 eaUber 
ready service room. Ex- 
ploding shells had already 
blown several holes in the 
bulkhead of the room, indi- 
cating that other ammunition 
was ready to explode at any 
moment. 

With complete disregard 
for his own safety and fully 
aware of the personal danger 
involved, he unhesitatingly 
remained in the amidships 
section until the fire was 
extinguished. 

"I was the chief petty 
officer in charge of repair 
two,' which initially was the 
only group operational," 
Chief Williams reomnted. 
"The men fell right in; they 
were more than willing 
to face the hazards; they 
were commendable," ka 
praised. 

For his courageous and 
selfless actions in the fbce 
of great personal risk, BMC 
Paul Williams, now assigned 
as leading chief petty offi- 
cer of I Division, Naval Air 
Station Oceana, Virginia 
Beach, was awarded the Navy 



knd Marin* Corin Medal 
during ceremonies after re- 
cent personnel inspection. 
The accompanying citation 
concluded: ...(His selfless 
actions) undoubtedly saved 
the iiv1t| of many of his ship- 
mates;*'' thereby reflecting 
greil cre()}t upon himself 
and uphobUng the highest 
traditioiu of the United 
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Dr. Richard E. Lapchick 
has been promoted to the rank 
of associate professor of po- 




training 
planned 

Virginia Beach hopes to 
give special training to per- 
sonnel who deal with senior 
citizois. 

City Council last week au- 
thorited City Manager Geor- 
ge L. Hanbury to apply for 
a three-year |84,000 grant 
under the Comprehensive 
Employment and Training 
'Act to finance the program. 

Under the program, 311 
trainees selected by the Men- 
tal Health and MenUl Re- 
tardation Services Board, 
will be offered profession- 
al training in problems of 
the aging. Hanbury said the 
money, if allocated to 
the^ity, will be available 
by the first of the year. 



litical science at Virginia 
Wesleyan College, according 
to Dr. William M. Wilson, 
dean of the CoUege. The ac- 
tion came last week at the 
regular fall meeting of the 
college's board of trustees. 

Lapchick, a native of Yon- 
kers. New York, joined the 
Virginia Wesleyan faculty in 
1970 as assistant professor 
of political science. He holds 
a B.A. degree from St. John's 
University and M.A. and 
Ph.D. degrees from the Uni- 
verlsty ol Denver. 

Lapchick is currently on 
leave from Virginia Wes- 
leyan to participate in a 
study -tour of mainland China 
sponsored by the U.S. - China 
People's Friendship Asso- 

Mllcom plans 
Beach plant 

Mllcom Systems Corp. has 
announced plans for location 
of a factory in Virginia 
Beach. 

The electronics systems 
manufacturer would employ 
40 people at peak operation. 



elation. The tour, awroved 
by the U.S. State Department, 
will also visit Hong K(Higand 
Japan, where Lapchick will 
address a meeting on racism 
in sports. Twenty-one Am- 
ericans, inlcuding Lapchick, 
were invited to participate 
in the China tour. He will 
return to his home in Vir- 
ginia B^ch Nov. 15. 



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Speed demon 
sets race mark 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SPITJ^rts Editor 

In the ninth gnde, Ray McDaniels quit {DotbaU, "be- 
cause it hurt too much." Nov, as the Beach District's 
premier cross rawtry runher, McDaniels is inflicting 
lain on other runnere, who have to p^ Iwyond their 
limit just to keep up with him. 

Last Friday at lit. Trashmore's 3.1 mile course, Mc- 
Daniels, of Cox High, won the Beach District cross country 
meet by shaving sis seconds off his own district record 
with a time of 15:54. Finishing second was bis teammate, 
Tommy Spuiz. AltlXN^ Ck)i will advance to the regional 
competiim on Nov. ( at Mt. Trashmore, Bayside's power- 
ful team, which has dominated cross country in the area 
during the last several years won first place in the 
overall standings. 

McDaniels runs eigiit or nine miles every day in order 
to maintain his winningei^e, but sees himself more a "speed 
demon" than a cross country runner. "The 880-yard dash 
is my best event," said the blonde senior. "In the ninth 
grade I finished last every race, and last year I was third 
in the state." 

On this day, it was cross country though, and be was 
ready. "I don't usually have butterflies in my stomach," 
he said after the race, "but I did today." 

His strat^y is simple. "I just try to get far ahead, 
since it's hard to make up ground in a cross country 
race." 



McDaniels doesn't mind makii% predictions for the up- 
coming competition. "Tom and I are going to run one-two 
every meet. No one's goin^ to stop us." He concedes 
though, that, "The state meet will be tough." 

McDaniels is tough too, and feels that running on hills 
as be does has given him the necessary strei^thtogo 
all the way. Don't bet against him. 



McDaniels after the race 

As a team, Coi placedsecond, KempsviUe finished third, 
Kellam fourth. First Colonial fifth and Princess Anne sixth. 
The top three teams and top 15 individuals will compete 
in the Eastern Region meet. 



(SUM pktos by Blalr Thiirmao) 

McDaniels leads the pack as they churn up a hill 



Local boys play 
in Oyster Bowl 



It was a homecoming of sorts for several Virginia 
Beachers, but it was an unhappy one for most of them^ 

The Oyster Bowl was played last Saturday l>etween the 
University of Virginia and Virginia Military Institute, and 
the five Beach alumni that play for UVa. left in somber 
sUence, as the Cavaliers bowed to the Keydets, lS-7. 

Only Mike Conaway of Virginia Beach, a reserve guard 
tor vin, was able to return to school elated with victory. 

Of the UVa. players, Tim Moon, who played for First 
Colonial last year logged the most playing time. Listed 
as a split end, Moon has caught some passes this season, 
Iwt spends most of his time, "being used as a tight end to 
Mock." 

Tim's brother Tracy, also plays for the Cavs, listed 
as a running back, txit bidng used primarily on the specialty 
teams. 

Suss Meyer and Eddie Smith, both from First Colonial, 
uid Mike NewhaU, from Norfolk CathoUc, round out the 
Beach alumni. 



Bayside cheerleaders watch MarKn harriers from afar 



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Tracy Moon 



fme Newhal, a tight-end for the Cavs, ready for play 



Eddie Smith played for First Colonial 



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Cheerleader 
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Sherrese 
Clarke 

This weeks pretty cheerieadft' is Sherrese Clarke 
of Princess Anne High. A junior. Sherrese is in her 
ftwrth year of leading cheers, and say», "I love it.!" 
gierrese keeps busy with her DECA Clvb and NAACP 
duties, and is planning a career in fashion merchan- 
dising. 



Plan for 

GNAA 
football 



The Great Neck Athletic 
Association sponsors a flag 
football league of youth ages 
7 thru 9. This years league 
consists of over 130 parti- 
cipants and 20 adults. 

it has six teams which play 
on Saturday mornings at 
Alanton Elementary School 
in Va. Beach. The season 
lasts five weeks with a month 
of practice/preparations 
prior to the season. A tro- 
phy is awarded to the win- 
ning team and each player 
on the winning team receives 
a cloth patch. Each one who 
participates receives a 
certificate. 

The league requires that 
each boy on the team play in 
at least one pluy each quarter 
of the game. As a result 
every person plays a mini- 
mum of ft>ur plays per game. 

The program is growing 
quite rapidly and current 
plans call for eight teams for 
next year. All teams use a 
common draft In order to 
equalize as much as possible 
all teams. 

For further information, 
call Mary Jane Kemick at 
481-6153. 





pig/kin 
progno/ticQtion/ 



Jessie WUUams of PrtMcss Aime High, ruMt for ovar 
200, scored lo«r tamehdovns and one two-polat eoOTer- 
sion, u the Cava beat Lake Taylor Friday alght, 19-18. 

Plaza Patriots 
keep going 



Marshall 
running 
In college 

Paco Marshall, son of Mr. 
and Mrs. John F. Marshall 
Jr. of Virginia Beach, is a 
junior and a member of the 
1976 cross country squad at 
Washington College. This 
year will mark the 29th year 
of the team. 



basketballers 



ready for play 



For the coach, players and 
tins of the Virginia Wes- 
leyan College Blue Mar - 
liiis, this year's basketball 
season is shaping up as 
something very special. 
Cosch Donald M. Forsyth, 
who has guided the Blue 
Marlins' fbrtunes since Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan entered in- 
tercollegiate basketball 
competition in 1969, has sev- 
eral good reasons to be ex- 
cited. 

Alter seven seasons of 
wandering from court to 
court, his vagabond basket- 
ball team has a borne, the 
new one million dollar Van 
H. Cunningham Gymnasium 
which was formally opened 
this fall. "NaturaUy, we are 
excited about the new gym- 
nasium," Forsyth says. "It 
makes a real difference in 
practice and preparation for 
the season. It also makes a 
pyschological difference. 
We're not homeless 
anymore!" 

The Blue Marlins will al- 
so field a team that pos- 
sesses both experience and 
height, characteristics that 
have seldom been synonmous 
with Virginia Wesleyan bas- 
; ketball. 

"We have nine returning 
' letturmen this season," For- 
' syth Mys. "Six of the letter- 
men started at various times 
last season." The Blue Mar- 
lins posted a 16-10 overall 
record last yrar and an 11-3 
finish in the Dixie Confer - 
: enee for a second place fin- 
ish. It was the best showing 
by a Virginia Wesleyan squad 
in the College's history. Re- 
turning standouts from last 
year include sophomore Cal- 
vin Brown, Portsmtwth; Gary 
Edwards, a Virginia Beach 
s(^)bomorei s<q>homore Bill 
Elsies, Vienna, Virginia; E. 
J, Faust, a junior from 
Bronx, Hew York; Tassos 
Paphites, a Junior from Vir- 
; glnia Beach;Butch Sheppard 
- and Gary Smallwood, brth 
seniors from Chesapeake; 
Bob Valvano, a sophomore 
from Seaford, New York; and 
: John Stuart, a s(^more 
from Staunton, Virginia. 

Forsyth is also excited 
abort "the large and talented 
gToap of freshmen" who will 

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tion of tte Bliie Marlins. 
Freshmen who are ex- 
pected to see action this 
debut with the Blue Marlins. 
They will give tbeteam more 
height than any previous edi- 
year include Jimmy Stevens, 
Gregg Mann and Bobby Hut- 
chinson, all members of last 
year's Norfolk Catholic's 
Tidewater championship 
team. Other freishmen that 
Forsyth expects to be as- 
sets to his program are Bud- 
dy Pearce, a former All- 
Tidewater Conference center 
at Portsmouth Catholic; 
Jerry Kramer, the leading 
scorer and rebounder last 
year at Eastern Academy; 
Cox High School guard Ty- 
ree Brown, and Kempsvllle 
guard Craig Bram. Other 
freshmen on the roster in- 
clude Ed BarcUfl, Virginia 
Beach, Norman DeLoatch, 
Norfolk; Ricky Foster, Nor- 
folk; Greg Harris, Dover, 
Delaware; VUAxH Jones, 
Norfolk; John Lloyd, Wood- 
bridge, Vli^inia; and Rob- 



ert Snowden, Norfolk. 

Forsyth will also be look- 
ing to two transfer players 
for additional experience; 
Willie Bell, a sophomore 
transfer from Ferrum Col- 
lege, and Larry Ward, a 
junior from the College of 
Albemarle. 

"Many of these young men 
come from winning back - 
grounds," Forsyth explains. 
"That attitude will be an 
added plus for ns." Forsy- 
th adds that this has been 
"an exceptional recruit- 
ing year for us." 

On the negative side For- 
syth admit! that it will be 
difficult to replace two of 
the keys to last year's suc- 
cess, Del Battle and Otis 
Jordan. Battle, who led the 
Blue Martins with a 15.7 
per game scoring average, 
was named to the Dixie All- 
Conference team and the Dix- 
ie All-Tournament team. 
Jordan, the third leading 
scorer last season, was nam- 
,ed to the Dixie All-Confer- 
ence second tftm. 



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SUN ContritHitor 

The Pre-teen Patriots 
maintained their undefeated 
status at 6-0 with three re- 
cent league victories. 

Vickl Gray scored 16 
points and grabbed 13 re- 
bounds to lead the Patriots 
to a 59^3 win over the Kings 
Granf Royals. Pam Byrd add- 
ed 10 points and Stephanie 
Adams hauled in 9 rebounds. 
Miss Gray and Mary Ragan, 
with eight points apiece, led 
a balanced scoring attack 
which saw 10 players hit 
field goals in a 44-12 vic- 
tory over the Great Neck 
Debutants. Linda Tindall led 
the rebounding with seven. 

In their most recent game 

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Blues 

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Braves 



Lynnhaven Jr. High upped 
their record to 2-1-1 with a 
26-12 victory over Kemps- 
vllle Jr. High Saturday. 

Walter Goffigan paced the 
Blues with two touchdowns 
and one extra-point. 

Also scoring for the vic- 
tors was Scott Hinson, who 
hauled down a 19-yard TD 
pass from Kenny Craiton, and 
Darryl Olds, who returned 
an interception 18 yards for 
the tally. 



Hiss Tindall grabbed 14 re- 
bounds and scored 10 points 
to pace the I^triots to a 
43-8 victory over the Ar- 
rowhead Squirettes. Judy 
Morris added 8 points while 
Crystal Clait palled down 8 
rebounds. Ann Weaver stole 
the ball 11 times from the 
Squirettes. 

The Junior-teen Plasa Pa- 
triots of the City League 
raised their record to 6-0 
to renuttn in first place in 
Uieir division. They met the 
only other undefeated team, 
the Aragona PembnAe Dy- 
nomites, and came away with 
an 80-14 victory. 

Xathy Lidcie paced the of- 
fense with 30 points and 9 
assists. Jackie Butler added 
17 and 11 rebounds respec- 
tively. 

Miss Lokie again paced 
the way to an 83-10 victory 
over the Green Run Road- 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

Bayside, B>*yi"t *'th a 
rash of injuries, was niiqwd 
by Norvlew Friday night, Wr 
the lone incorrect prognosti- 
cation of the week. 

Kempsvllle won big over 
Indian River, giving them 
the best shot at post-season 
play from the Beach District. 
Princess Anne keirt their 
hopes alive by beating Lake 
Taylor, Cox beat Bo<Aer T. 
Washington, First Colonial 
bested Maury, and Kellam 
topped Graidty. 

Unfortunatsly, in this, the 
last week of high school foot- 
ball, all the Beach matdi- 
ups are tough, and the odds 
of ending the season in a 
blase of glory, althoi«h my 
goal, will be difficult indeed. 
Pressing' ever onward.;. 

A Kempsvllle victory over 
Norvlew Friday night in Nor- 
folk, will virtually assure the 
Chiefs of the Beach Dis- 
trict's play-off berth, and 
you better believe they vlll 
be up for the game. The 
Chiefs appear to be gather- 
ing momentum, and even a 
Norvlew team wtth oothiag 
to lose wont be able to stop 
them. Kempsvllle by 10. 

Princess Anne, irith a vic- 
tory over Bayside along with 
a KempsvUle loss, and three 
other necessary victories by 
area teams, would gain a 
lOayoff spot, and will play 
as if it will all come true. 
Jesse Williams had the fin- 
est night of his career last 
wert as he overshadowed 
Lake Tayor's Amos Lawren- 
ce, and Bayside will find him 
equally elusive. Bayside 
would share Beach District 
championship honors with 
KempsvlUe and Cox If they 
beat the Cavaliers, but it 
won't happen. Princess Anne 
by 12. 

Tennis 
court 



Cox travels to Western 
Branch to play the undefM- 
ted chami^ns of the South- 
eastern District. The Beach 
co-champions, despite their 
rejuvlnated play, wlUhavean 
up hill st^^lggle, as tte 
Bruins, possibly the best 
team in Tidewater, will van- 
ish the Falcons. By 8. 

First Colonial plays at 
Lake Taylor this week, and 
the Patriots have been play- 
ing inspired ball as of late. 
The Titans have alrrady won 
the Eastera District title, 
and will te looking to poU^ 
their game befora the se- 



runners with v3J points 4LIK1 ,« «, «%^i*.^«» 
18 retaoies.-'inif BAler-^^gg-^'^^^^ 



again assisted with 16 points. 
Lori Schaarschmldt with 10 
steals and Barbara Files with 

9 sparked the defensive. 

In probably the best game 
of her career. Miss Lokle 
scored what is believed to 
be a city record 44 points 
and made 10 assists in lead- 
ing the Patriots to a 92-18 
victory over the Kings Grant 
Blue Jays. She toM>ed the 
defense with 22 rebounds and 

10 steals. Teresa Backus was 
second in rebounding with 13. 

In their six league games 
the Patriots are averaging 
10 players in the scoring 
column each game. 




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cond season b^ins. Never- 
theless, I'm gbing to pick 
the Patriots to upset them. 
By 3. 

Kellam jtpsts Washington, 
and should not have too much ' 
difficulty handing the Book- 
era another loss. Trent Hay- 
nes Is running well, and Billy 
Carter is having a tremen- 
dous year at quarterback. 
The Knights will finish the 
season on a winning note. 
Kellam by 14. 

Rigtt Wrong % • 
Ustweek 3 1 833 
Total 27 14 .658 



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court. 

Juniors (18 and under); 
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Viitinit Beach Sun, Nov. i, iS76 - B-3 



Uunlor highs share in half-time happenings 



By BUD LOWE 
SUN Bands Writer 

HallowMD U cone for anotiier jrMr. 

Bat this jear it will mean a little more to some ot 
tke Juidor high school students here at the Beach, tyno- 
haven Jioior High and Princess AnM Junior 11101 bad 
a tpecia treat. The First Colonial High School Band 
and Drill Team shared their balltime performance at 
the First Coledal vs. Mannr football game. 

n ms bttter cold out on that field, but those little fel- 
knrs were in there all the way. And did thejr ever ^y 
those instruamits! To them, this was big tinMalltte 
way. First Colonial Parted the show off with tkdr us- 
ual good performance; then, after an (qiening tune, the 
Juniors U)ok offer. 

first to try their hand was the Princess Anne Junior 
High UarcUi* Panther Band, under the direction oi BiU 
Johnson. Up front were mfjoretfes Cheryl Reeves , 
Dua Anderson and Patty Windom. The Panthers ^m 
P.A. Jr. did a fantastic job. Their mbslc was clear, 
load and crisp. It was easy to see that these youngsters 
fere ready and anxious to more up to the Sailor High. 



This is BiU Johnson's second ynr at the Bach ud if 
this is his start, thii«s are looldng good for Prtaeess 
AMW Juniw. Lots of luck to you and your band in the 
future, BiU. 

Nest to show flieir style were the Lynnhaven Junior 
Ugh Marking Bhtes, under the direction of Jum Kreg- 
«■, with drum major Lra Walker. The majorettes were 
led by Susan &iwards, and her assistants were Beth 
Abbott, Jodlsniie Camba, Linda George. Debroah Coffey 
and EUery Stepims. The Blues put on a fabulous ^ow 
with, fire baton and flag drill team. The drill team U 
under the direction of Jim Kreger and assisted by June 
Stqihras. This was the first showing of a drill team &-om 
Lymilnven—a big "Welcome aboard" to them. Jim and 
Jane pot togedier a show with 10 flags, which will give 
these girls a definite advantage when they get to high 
school. 

The Betch now has two junior high schools that have 
drill teams-Plaza Junior High School and Lynnhaven 
Junior H^b ScbooL 

Lon Walter, dram major for Lynnhavea, has something 
to offar First Colonial High School. He is in the ninUi 



grade and will be traveling on to First Colonial next 
y«ar. And that should make band dir^^or Max Gonano 
vary haK>y. This yoaag man shows a lot of promise. 
He presents himself in a very orderly manner and con- 
ducts the band on field like a smsoned veteran. 

Another ifeclal that Lynnhaven has going for them is 
iamX three of tt^r majorettes are experienced members 
of tta Tldewfler Twlrlettes under the direction of Sa- 
bra Roebuck, The three girls— Beth Abbott, Judianne 
Camba, and Susan Edwards- -are loaded with talent. Af- 
ta- the two Junior high bands did their thing, the First 
Cotonial High School Marching Patriots did their version 
of Gre« Sleeves, with feature twirter Sherri Knight. 
Ton would have to hear this group of marching music- 
ians play Greensleeves on field to believe it. It is truly 
a show well worth watching. -more so to listen to. 

There is much said and done about our local bands and 
4rill teams, but one thing many pec^le do not realise 
k the time and effort that each student mustputinto 
these shows. And SO per cent of it is done after school 
boars. The age-old saying that practice makes perfect 
is more true here than anywhere else. And one of the 
Ug problems is ttie transportation from school to home 




SattiiV a poaa art the six Lyanhaven Jr. High majorettes, 
thay art: Cipt. Suan Edwards at crater and froit left. 



Btik Abbott, Jndiannt Camba, Deborah Cottty, EUery Ste- 
Georgc. (SUN photos by Bod Lowe) 



l^uppets, oriplts, musjp^afvd more 
planned in November at library 



Thmrginte^tach Pub^ 
Qc LI>r|ry"HiaarTRin^rous 
' ned foY^the 




iieek . 

grt piamed. 

: A puiipci show wiU be1iM 



on Saturday, Nov. 13 at 9:30 
aJD-^r youi« people of aU 
ageaC^ Winnie the Pooh 
appars in the production 
led "In Which Tigger 
to tlil Forest and has 



The play lasts 2S minutes 




4 Six local artists^duijihg 
teslle Huntea of VirginU 
^each, wUl^exhibit works ci 
yeomebic abstraction to an 
Atomic Art aww at the Old 
IXiminion University De - 
twrbneat of Art's University 
(iallery. 

The itow wUl be at ttie 
gallery,' 765 Gi«id>y St., Mor- 
jtoVk, and wUl run through 
:Dec. 5. The Universtty Gal- 
•lery is; open frqm 1:30 to 



pspejo 
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S p.m. 




■ Dr. G: Espejo of 4317 Al- 
' friends TraU in Yirginia 
'B«adi hu made andicatioa 
'■wm the district engineer lOr 
!pRmission to G(»Mnict ap- 
!l»iadaiately 135 Unar feet 

• of timber-Idle bdkhod and a 

• J4 - foot (9« - irito Umbtr 

• wtert. 

Z •TiMbulUMlatfwoaldbeeoa- 

: AvuitA oproxlmately two 
: fe^ below the meaa high 

• water shorelkie and backfil- 
« led with approximately 160 
IWidtic yards of u[dud mat- 
erial. . . 

: The work worid take place 
' in a man-made canal off 
' tte western branch <d the 

• Lynnhavea River at tte Es- 
!p^reidence. 

! Pr^tottwry review of the 

• t|ip1ir»W"" has indicted Qiat 

• ut wviromental impact 

• rtatntfirt wUl not bereWr- 

: ad. 

: iKefita tottenoUceshoold 

: bt' m«to with Oe ittstrtct 

••««taer, U.S. Array Cor|B 

at Oginears, Norfolk, be- 

lort Nov. 21. 



Tuesdays through 
and exhibitions are 
(9en to the puldic without 
charge. 

The Atomic Art Show is 
part of ODU's "Intenday: 
Focus on the Arts," a year- 
long program of special col* 
taral events by several uni- 
versity departments. 

The name of the show ms 
derived from the works ei 
the andrat Greek "atomtc" 
pUlosopbers, tte last pbilo- 
w^ihers conetmed with file 
dieory of atoms prior to the 
Renaissanct. Many of tte 
works to be exhibited are 
based on elemental forms 
which are combteed into 
complex egressions. 

"Interplay: Focus <» the 
Arts" was conceived as a ve- 
hicle for exhibitiag the ccm- 
tribotiotts OiNJ artists and 
performing gnwps mate to 
education and to the omb- 
mnntty. Numeroas art skOM 
and p«rlormuMi of nwde, 
daaet ud ttartn are eon- 
tlanitg tferaoilwrt tte y^r 
to eiVta^itttMaaiver^'s 
nle in tte esBural Bie of 
ndenteraldVirgiaia. 



and wiU be foUowed by the 
regular film program. There 
is no charge. 

A craft program wiU be 
held Thursday, Nov. 18 from 
S:S0 to 4:30 p.m. for chUd- 
ren ages 7 to 12. The class 
wUl te Umited to 30 stu- 
dents and aU participants 
most te registered by Nov. 
17 by eonqtleting forms 
avaU^e at ttie Great Neck 
Branch at 1521 Bayne Drive 
across from LymAavoi Jr. 
High School. 

A music series will be 
teld Nov. 8-9 at three bran- 
ctes of the library. Ot Mon- 
day tte seriea, develofitd by 
Young AndieBC^, Im., wUl 
aivear at Hw Great Nedc 
Brai^ That program wiU 
fatfun tfce Virginia Beach 
Dtace EastmUe. Tte ^ow 
wttl start at 4:30 p.m. 

(te Tveaday the Feldman 
Strttag Trio wUl te at tte 
KadipsvOle Branch tor a 7 
p.m. show. 

WednMday at 7 p.m. tte 
NortoUc Brass Quintet wUl 
appear by toe fountain in 
PtiArateMaU. 

AU three programs are 
des^ned tor anliences as» 
7 and op. Paiwts are alao 
welcome to attend. 

Tte Great Ifeck Bran<± 
WiU tost Louise Veaabltf 
Kylt, auUior of "Tte Witch 
ct Pwfo" and Itam Lam' 
wto WiU appear Friday, )tov. 
IX at 4'p.m. to a program 
far ^Udr«t ages 6 and up. 
Books wlU te avaUable for 
purchase and autographing 
br ttt airtter. 

FUffl ^tigrams will con- 
tlMK at tte Windsor Woods, 
Groat Hcdtkttd Beach Branch 
Ubrarits ttaroogh Kevamter. 
Hie programs tite place 



every Saturday morning. For 
information on tte fUms con- 
tact Ann Scott at 340-2987. 




after toe daily practices. And if tte practices are not 
Jeld, tte show hurts from tte lack of it. 

Bytrly Pirtillcations has offered tte following agreement 
to the bands and drill team parent associations of the 
Virghiia Beach Schools: 

For each and every new one-year subscription tp the 
Virginia Beach SUN at a cost of $7, Byerly Publications 
agrees to pay $3.50 to the band or drill team parent as- 
aociatlim ttet sells the subscription. For each one-year 
renewal or extension to the Virginia Beach SUN, toe 
association wiU receive $1.50. 

Byerly' Publications has also agreed to pay a conus 
of $1,000 tor every 1,000 subscriptions paid and sold by 
tte associations as a group. This agreement willendon 
Dec. 3, 1976. For iiather information contact BUD LOWE 
at 486-3430. 

We would like to take this oniortunlty to welcome Lynn- 
teven Junior High School's Parent Association to tte list 
of partic^ttog units. 



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nula perfarred. Cdl af- 
ter 6 p.m. m-WH. 



TOV'VK COTIOT- 

Tin TO apare. And them 
good honraa wttb ow Free 
!«• Ad at ao coat to you. 
Call M7-4511. 



KITTElffi FREEtoawpd 
lNie.I^H Tabby. Cnwly 
aBdloTaabIe.CaU4M-6nS 



PALMIST - ABVISM 

Vl«l« 

Gifted to teB aad advlte yo« OB iMBiib' ^^«t 

IHH, love, hick, nam - *^- ^ 
pidMbBs wlveil iafly - eenlUealiai. 

TELEPHONE 634-S393 

Emporia, Virfliila - Highway WeetSB 

|yv«r mhe drive-in tkeMre.\ 



FEMALE IRISH SETTER. 
t«o yra. oM, refiattfed, 
loyaue, to a |00d home. 
CaU 4tI-M»S. 



WHITE MALE Gormao 
8h^ar«. > yra. oW. Had 
all ahota. Neada home In 
eoartry. 4n-Mn. 



BUCK Aydknrhoue cat 
teittle, iMtevad, soaU 
tH, 1 t/t fwra (dd. Call 



M9-HMI 



T«o tonUe kittens, itof) 
|ood honta. ,Bo^ iray, om 
malt, om nasty Uttle 
airl, <-i/2iMiBllhaold.CaU 

CAf8-t«b black - fixed, 
vDidd Uk* to go as iialr 
CaU4N>nil., 

Ptm to a food home. Tro 
dee Ut lit cats. On yai- 
tow mala, naotorad, aad 



on calico haale, oayed. 
S4f-i»71 



Excelleiit pals. 



»71 



Free classif led ads 



If you have a dog or cat or anything you want to give 
away, we will run your classified ad absolutely FREE. 
Yes, that's right, we'll run your ad incur popular FREE 
BEE section. This is a public service provided by your 
hometown community newspaper. 

Your FREE BEE ad will reach just the right pet^le 
who will provide a nice home for your animal. And if it's 
something else you have to give away, your friends and 
,nei{^rs will a^jreciate your generosity. So call 547- 
4571 to place your FREE BEE ad today. Or, if you pre- 
fer, send your FREE BEE announcement to: Byerly 
Publications, P.O. Box 1327, Chesapeake. Va. 23320. 

All announcements are (Hiblished in all three Byerly 
Publications hometown newspapers: If you appreciate 
the service we are offering write us a "Letter to the 
editor.' We always want to know how we can serve you 
better. 



547-4571 





ROUT^ DRIVER 



of inwipypBrB In^VlqlnlB ImwIi 
wwmiMiy inonmQa 

A geotf Bilary and traMng 
■rf offtrad. Cil Mr. treim al 
847<467 1 for ■ppeblMiMt Mid 



NEED A CAR bat don't have 
the time to tra^tse around 
lo^tlM tor it? Want to sell 
a dtrbat don't koov where 
to find a hoyer? Relax! Use 
the ever-active pages of 
your hometown news- 
papers' classified section. 



SOLVE MONEY WORRIES. 
How to help aolve mony 
worrtea? Leielasaifledads 
In yourbonetowiiBewspap- 
ers sell thiafs yon oo lon- 
ger need an caa do with- 
out. Low coat aad quick 
aetlaf. C*U S47-4S71. 



NEWSPAPER PRMTMQ 



Check oar prices, deUvery aoA aBapnroltirt quality 
tor your taldoid aise new^^er. Wa prliilaewapapera 
tor colleiea, hUh scboida, mllttary basn, dHrehfs, 
aaytwdy who waats a profaasloaal {ovdoct. 

Qnltty, low price, cnftomaaaUpL If tkat'a what 
yoa'ro looldBc tor, then we're the priatera tor you. 
Coiqiiate trpeaettiai tieOtt^a. 



ORCULAR PRMTMQ 

Whatever yon may need tor yoor buioesa, four 
pana w?4 pates, eotor, composition, speedyNnriM.. 
we do the JqM Aaadvertlaiac eiredar w 
preaaloB. Be aure yoar «*fl«e*a#»^i -s^ ^. 
to project. H's somethlag we ^aUialnml win. Cai 
us tor estimatea, no obligaftoo- 

CIK^ULAR DEUV»Y 

If yoa Oatribata elrcnlara ta VlrgtaU Beach, Cheaa- 
paake airi rwtoaMlh, wo eu MTC yn ^aolyl Ow 
carrier ayatama, togelher with iuerttag iaoorhoaie- 
town nanpapera, deUver Iha moat for yw lanqr- 
Bollaoye eoeaiaie of dM aaarfcat jPim wut. CaU tor 

BYERLY 
PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

547-4571 



KITTEin l^M to lovini 
hone. All tomale. Bom 
Sept. T. J aolld widto, 1 
Uack, 1 black A white. 
CaU 4S1-9S61. 



YEAR OLD (art Sb^ard 
female, apiyad. Wants lov- 
ing home with; chUdren. 
Call 42«-MM, 



FREE UbTinr card eatit- 
lea you to aU the bo(dts 
yoa caa read. Come to any 
«rf oar loor locations: 300 
Cedar ROad, Civic Center- 
Taytor Road A Portamonth 
Blvd. - Waaten Branch- 
Madeiter A Decatur, 
Sootti MortoUi • Jadian 
River Reed A 



' RM0,i|ew location in Jan 
Wf dnoaorge Waahiagton 
at MUitary HWT. 



KITTENS, FREE to a good 
borne. CaU today tor your 
beaoUful new pet. 4S5- 
SlU. 



GOCffi home needed tor aU 
Idack mother eat aad kit- 
ten. 4(e-MlS. 



FEMALE GERMAN abo- 
ard, black ud tan. 11 
months old. Free to a good 
and lovtog home. AU shots. 
62S-2S59. 



iere's A Smart Moneif-Saviiig Way 
To hrnishlbur Rrst Apartmeiil! 

Take advantage of todays affluence by shopping the Classi- 
fied Section of this newspaper. Many fannilies replace furniture, 
appliances, stereos, TV's, rugs, drapes and other things you 
need while they are still in excellent condition. To make room 
for their new things, these people run Classified Ads to sell 
their present things. This is a terrific opportunity for you to 
cash in on great buys! 

Start reading the (Your Paper) Classified Ads today. You'll 
furnish your place just the way you want it, and save money 
at the some time. 

BYERLY PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

Virginia Beach Sun 486-3430 

Chesapaalc Post $47-4571 

Tidewater Life 




KITTENS, 2 gray, female. 
Give away- CaU 424-4252 



FREE TO agoodhome. Fe- 
male Cock-a-poo, II 
months old. 4S6-M00 



LARGE TREES -Free, cut 
youraeU, sottable for Um- 
ber A firewood. Phone 482- 

mi. 

i MIXED GERMAN Shep- 
hards female -IwedMoM. 
CaU alter aU 545-6692. 

ii '■ 

FREE FIREWOOD to any- 

on wishing to cut treea. 

CaU 4M-09SS. Arogon 

Area. 



PUPPY - Mottier r^- 
tered Scotty-Father im - 
known. 3 1^ months old. 
wormed. CaU 482-4014. 



I-Speclal NoUees 



SEWING aad attentlona. 
Reasonble ratea. InDun- 
dhi near ChurdilaBd. CaU 
413-1918. 



LADY would Uke to share 
private resUence with 
other lady. CaU after 6 
p.m. 541-7957. 



REDUCE safe A fast with 
QeiBnt TMeto A S-Vap 
"water paia" Great Bridge 
Phannaey. 



PCffiTRArr - Charcoal - 
B.Oe hMds - f 12 Don 
mm lUa or photo. Griat 
Idea tor git. CaU tor «- 
poiotm^ 422-6M0. 

SBABE-FaBale etagatt 3 
hatttiea,tl^b^.Houc 
k Va. Bw(l, on hloek 
traa oean, ffeDyeqi^, 
dMnaahar, waahar, dry- 
V, tiuh erapaeto', lar- 
aalack yai, maataMto 
baUavw. mM tin apttt 
■tttiUM. OiUDefeMeOm- 
«g-S«S01li«ta4IS-849. 



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t-fttetol Notlcts 



SHiUByMMlt vtth ume. 

ff TvekMnonlKWMiBVir- 

iWs^pMii. m-i%n If- 

tw l.'fin rMrt plni dee- 
tfieliy. 



cuiwurrEED to itop 

MMliilf art|>Ue«i. Old 
flr^k^ rqitircd. New 
HnplaoM udtftosdMlgn- 
•d lad Mtt. CtU 428- 
7150. VirglnkBncbFlre- 
plM* ud CUmoer Swtcp- 
•n. 



nSTINCTIVE GIFTS b^ 
bmU catetof, send jour 
nffl«, iddnu tad 2SC to: ' 
Grint Gilt Center, Route 
S, Box IM. SmitUield, Va. 
ZS430. 



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I 

RCMEMmSAS I 
I FM VOWDI NICKEL I 

i Tbe Ciprttte House I 

VHaktk, N. C. I 

BtttltfleM BM. Rt. 1611 



>-A«to«oMlw to trie 



I^^l^j4^ l^^^jjWulj^ 



1964 FALCON - A/T,he«- 
ter, ndlo witti qieeJMrt, 
(rear alao), Motor eieel- 
lert cODdlUoo. Bodr Good 



LASBS: Ears mow or 
■on bttwiM Mw aad 
ChrMaaa by V vmUh 
part -Hole from your I 
coodttioo I22S or beat of- 420-0977 
fer, «4.ew. '■ 



VAX - INS Ford - (ood 
eoadttion, caifietsd, rear 
atap-t9, bunk |6S0. Call 
42S-S66I or 426-1465. 



t 



WHAT'S HAPPENING in 
Vircinte Beacli? Keep up 
with tbe hometown news 
with a (utecription to the 
Virfliiia Beach SUN. De- 
livered to jpour mail box 
for aa eatire year (SZ 
weeks) for only }7.O0. Call 
466-3430. 



6-AaiomMlMlgrl 



'CAMARO-IWO, sn aa - 
(iae, 4 barrell quadra-Jet 
carburetor, 3 qieed. All - 
FM, dual headers, power 
steerii« and 4 E/T mags. 
Real deal at $1,400 461- 
4463. 



1971 DODGE 9 passMcer 
rtatioo wafoa, fdly eqdp- 
•d, power staeriac. <Uac 
brakee, 4 mw ttrea, $1,000 
CaU 463-Z88t. 



106S W BUS Rebuilt ea- 
fiae, reecBl brake Job, 
NEW paint - tires - sUr- 
ter - clutch - pressure 
plate - throwout bearla(. 
Carpeted, |7S0. Call 466- 
7944. 



ll^MtMlaflB^llglM 

SANDBLASTING - Boat 
Trailers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White- 
hnrat, naaslagham Corp., 
403 W. Z^iSt., Norfolk, 
627-2396. 



13-Walp1faatad 



COMPANION -live -in for 
elderly patient. Licht 
honsekeeidBC aod cooklni. 
Pleasant surroundiags. 
Great Bridge area. Call 
M7-3669. 



ADDITIONAL Income? 
i^re time, work evenings 
Send name, address, tele- 
pboae number to: Income, 
P.O. Box 45, Portsmouth, 
VirgioU 23705. 



AGOrrS-Storea-Ean bk 
Boaey wtth burt aalltaf aa^ 
tanl aalr growtt - aain- 
lor bwnp cream-aBd 4u- 
druff shampoo ft i^nr - 
proflpresaing craam.ni^ 
Commlssloo} Bead $2.06 
hanttiw tee tor firta ftl V 
with dl prodaeto. M- 
TURES raODOCTS, P.O. 
Boi 14139, Phite., h. 
19138. 



I WILL 00 h(ri)yslttlng in 
my hMM tK pre-scbool 
afa t^atamt. Days or ev- 
Mtaga. Elparienced. CaU 
462-1974. 



BABYSmiG, my home. 
I^rga Fswed yard, days 
ndy. Utevlew shores 
ar«a. 464-2106. 



BABfRTTDiG-ia my borne 
ta Gntf Bridge area. Aay- 
Umt. CaU 547-4496. 



21-Prtvate iMlniclioa 

DWntUCnCM CLASSES . 
NuTiaa Aidaa -Orderlies- 
Oak HUl Medical Traiataf 
Setaol, Great Bridge. 547- 
SIM. . 



IS-ArUdes 



T!?rar 



A.QUYHALL,JR. 

Degree in {tfano, organ and 
music edaeatioB, la 
accqitini a limited num- 
ber of^adeots. Call 545- 
0915 from 4 to 7 p.m. 



ELECTROLUX - This 
years model. Two year 
goaraotee. AU attach - 
menta, excellent condition. 
aU 547-4949. 

WATER BED ft FRAME. 
stMmer tnmk, baby items 
ehlHrobe, sewing mach - 
ine, 2 end tables, watch 
dog, misc. household goods 
490-2606. 



UFE WSintAIiCE 
GENERAL MSENT 



90 Year old fraternal Ufa 
insurance company ex - 
pending in SUte of Vir- 
ginia. Very competitive 
portfolio. Highest com - 
missions peM, ^ua expen- 
ses, plusbonuas. Forcoa- 
fidential intarvitw coiiaet 
Martin J. . KMberget R. 
S. D. 4 GraM CU*le Broo- 
maU, Pa. 19006 



HCMJSEKEEPES NEEDED, 
Professioaal peraoa wait- 
ed to take diarge ^my 
home on Mondaya, Sboiffa, 
$20. Must be InteU^eiit 
enough to do inventory. 
Have own traaspoitation, 
dependable with re- 
terrenccs. YOU MUST BE 
RELIAWL.E. This inclodes 
all phases of housework 
inclodiag washing and iron- 
ing, etc. Thla is apermaa- 
vA part-time poattion tor 
people who watf steady 
work. CaU momiaga oaly 
499-702. 



HELP 
WANTED 



-Bow to Maka $9 to |16 

per hour while tm 
vaeaHoa or aa weatand." 



WplasSftfpealiia 



TlwMoigMMw 

306SonaiMxie 
W. Palm Beach, Fl 33401 

OTiM Moi«M Km*, lan 



IF IRW UVITHgKNOW- 
WOm, Wnt Ads Uve the 

Job. Check now! 



22-Pep, Cato. aad Other PeU 



PEK-A-POO's One female 
three males. Six weeks old. 
$S0each^4M-0446. 

GERMAN a«ard - Pedi- 
gree Uaea, papers, $125. 
3 male - 3 tem^. 6weeks 
CaU 466-2701. 



2i-Arllelea 



ISfSR 



USED COLOR TV'S from 
$99.95 to $249.95. Good 
salectioa. Heart of Loadon 
Bridge. Virgioia Beach TV 
486-3311. 




Music Radio 



FRESH FSUrr SALE! 
Direct tnok Florida. Span- 
Borad by the bdiaa River 
Band Booatera. Fruit wUl 
arive on Dec. 10th. Pick 
ap or we wU deUver. To 
order or for further iafor- 
matiOB eaU 424 - n09 
or 420-6460. Orders maat 
be is before Dee. 1st. SmaU 
cartoas of oranges 4.25, 
large carton of organgea 
7.50. aaaU cartooa of 
Grapefruit - 4.7S , Large 
cartoas of Grapefruit - 8.00 , 
SmaU earions of aavel or- 
aagea - S.OO, Large car- 
tons of aavel orangea-9.00 
$m»& cartons otTangelOB- 
4.25, Large cartons (uTan- 
getos - 7.50. No Mixed 
Fruit. 






6*9 A.M. Jon Jeffrey Kay ''Inthmornin" 
9-12 noon Randy Mac 
1 2-3 P.M. Rick Thomas 

3-6 P^. Bill Cody 
6- to P.M. Joe Postove 
10 P.M.-2 A.M. Mickey Finn 
2-6 A.M. Jack Elltott 

AT ANYTIME-Bruce Good 



Loans 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 



LOCALLY 
OWNED 

4^2-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 

WILSCHI 

SBOPPIMG CENTER 



<W' 



Be a Disc-Jockey 



A MW 

M« to Start 



is 
Part af Ma 



aaea to the Tidewater area. Claaaea are iarmtag 
U achml OB the afr work with eae of Udewatera 



TiaCovMtavata: 



The Coarae cevera: 

. Claaaraem and atadto lastnetloa 
iPtaaty of -Heads on Eqrfpmaar traiaiag 
*Laeal radio "Air Peraoaallilea'' are yov teaAera 
*Actaal "Ob The Air" traialv with a local statifla 

Cntriodam 

• D-J«orit 
sRewacaattog 
.Prodaettoa 

3rd clasa F. C. C. Ueaase gnrarteed 

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• Pragrammiag ai 
«Tr^ 

35 

For a fully lllustratad brochurt thowhifl our facWtlM 
and couraa braakdownt, t«Kl for our fraa brochura - no 
obligation. 

MAIL TO 

KKL Broadcattlng InatHuta 
P.O. Drawar "D" 
Chaaapaaka, Virginia 23320 



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Rlcar(k»i fcic 

BRvnc catttnAXE 

FOR 11 TEARS 

Ov highly fralMdas- 
aodatea axw raa^yaaddla 
to Hai yaa *a kaae af 
ynv *aaa's at ika bast 
prteaa aad ttraa avaU - 
aMa, to tote'a muM. 
CariacI aa inr aa vary 
baal aamrtea aniialla. We 



WANTED: KEYBOARD 
player. Asked to travel. 
CaU (804) -634-5392. 



LOVELY LIVING room 
coach, ofl-whtte, aad two 
blue aad white eliUrs: tra- 
ditional atyling. AU tobea- 
Btiful eonditioi. $250 CaU 
464-4606 after 6 P.M. 



SALE SIGN. The biggest 
"for sale" sign of aU is 
the littte low cost classi- 
fied ad yoh ran in yoar 
hometowa aewspapers. It 
wUI reach over 30,000 
famUies for u little as 
13.20. CaU 547-4571 for 
help with your ad. This 
newq)aper reaches Just the 
right people. 



FRUIT CAKE IfDCES, BUU 
Hershey's chocolate bits, 
canned foods at wholesale 
pricea. Ricliter's,801Ora- 
pax, Norfolk 622-7339. 



COLE WARM MORNING, 
wood or coal stove. |60. 
Circular saw sharpener. 
New, never need. $35.CaU 
462-1917. 



G(H,F CLOBS <• Wilson 
Staff irons. Missing 5-6- 
7 iron. Three woods, 
putter, bag k baUs. |90. 
EiceUeat coodition. 545 - 
5478. 



HANDCRAFTED DULCI- 
MER - strait^ from the 
Blae Ridge MoonUins. $175 
(Ul 497-1176. 



HEATER to good condition 
Basto and toilet good oon- 
dltioB. Hetea Paaree, 240 
Hurdle Dr. Cheaapeafce.Va. 

F(» SALE-20VolaffleCol- 
Uera aaeyclivedta -aaver 
need. $30. G. E. Steam and 
dry iit». |I0. PowM* mo- 
wer. $20 CaU 464-8729. 

ANYONE CAM LEARN. Yoa 
can earn. Teach otters a 
almjde aad creaUve new 
hobby naiac TIU CHEM U- 
qaid embroiderv. No to- 
vaatmeaf. 420-4832. 



fPEKm 



SALE! 

AMTKlUES-refinlshed/ and 
to-the-nwgh. Loads of 
glasaware A China, just 
in. DOLLS - Bisque, 
French k German. Also 
Shirley Temples. Visit our 
doU room. Come browse 
Qfim 7 days a weA. 
MdtoB's AnUques 
4201 tadian River Rd. 
We buy aatiqaes, estates 
k doU CoUections. 420- 
8911. 4H>-S117. 



^^JV 



MOLTl-FAMILY GARAGE 
SALE. Furniture, crafts, 
toys, clothiog, aniliances, 
iBBone. November 5, 6, and 
7 from 10 to 5. 754 Suf- 
folk Circle, Va. Beach. 

GARAGE SALE - Saturday 
November 6, 2206 Park- 
side Court, Laurel Cove 
Gardea Clid>. Virginia 
Beach. 



Sa.VERiroOD - 3237 Map- 
letoD Creaaat. Multi - fam- 
Uy garage aale. Household 
items, ckAes, toys, misc. 
Sat. Nov. 6, 10 am. - 4 
pm. 



89-WMtodTol 



COLOR TV'S and bUckand 
white portables, working 
or not. 486-3311, Virginia 
Beach TV. 



31 - Catoa and Stoaipa 

NORVIEW RARE 0)018 - 
NorfoUi's moat complete, 
bquseU trade, bniag su- 
rer coins, 42 Southern 
Shopi^ Ceoter, Norfolk, 
653-8118. 



M-fewelry>Watdwf 

ForLa<^'^ ■- ■'■'" 
KtACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1" Wide with pear 
dope ornament and dia- 
monds on top. Very valu- 
alde. CaU 547-1602. 



34- Firewood 



FIREWOOD - mUed hard- 
wood |$0 per cord. AU Oak 
|N per cord. Delivered 
481 -mi. 



FBEWOOD For sale. OA, 
spltt had stacked. AU Hard- 
woodi Oak and Maple. 
tTvdk load 935. CaU 1- 
539-f471 or 497-6658. 

FIREWOOD-AU hardwood, 
3/4 too truck toad. SpUt, 
deUvered and stacked. |35 
Call 467-1652 after 6 or 1- 
357-5946 Isle of Wight 
Coutfy. 



3S-Lawa and Garden 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT 
Free copy 48-pg Planting 
Guide Catalog to color - 
offered by VirgtoU'a Ur- 
gest growen btfrirti trees, 
nut trees, berry idanU, 
grape vtosa, tandaeap - 
bg pUnt maieitel. Way- 
aeaboro Nursertes-Way- 
nesboro, Virgiato 22960. 



3>-Ba siness Efa^meat 

FORK LIFET-1974-ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
lbs. Propane tool, 190 hrs., 
like new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3760. 



45-Apartmeato ter Rent 



FOR RENT - Furnished 
apartment. Oae bed to 
Lynnhaven area of Va. 
Beach. Watt to Bay or 
shopptog center. $125 
moath-wtoter rates. MUi- 
tary welcome. No pets. CaU 
ttl-308S. 



53-For Real 



NICE 4 ROOM house for 
rent. Suitable for man or 
couirie. CaU 466-1343. 



SELL UNUSED ARTICLES. 
Ctassifiad ads to y«mr 
hometown newspaper are 
known for prodocting 
results. We reach Just the 
right people, your friends 
and neighbors around the 
block. O&er your unused 
articles for sale in the 
classified columns. Inter- 
ested buyers look through 
the classUled ads every is- 
sue for almost every kind 
ofitem. CaU54V4571.0ar 
friendly ad taker wUl help 
you with your ad. 



56-For Sale Va. Beach 



KINGS GRANT - For sale, 
Kingstowne, 3 bedroom 
home, 2 1/2 baths, panel- 
ed den, laundry room, uti- 
lity room, patio and fen- 
ced hack yard, good as- 
sumpUoB, $41,000.00 by 
owner, 340-3047. 



59- For Sale Chesapeake 



CUIELOT - Bl fiWHER 
f^ioms, « bedroSia, 2 
1/2 baths, boUt-in bar and 
cotor T.V., stove, refri- 
gerator, dishwasher, cen- 
.tral air coaditioniog and. 
beat, weU, five fruit trees, 
garden, lawn sprinklers, 
$4600 down, consider 1/2 
as 2nd trust deed, $33,338 
or $36,500 new loan. Call 
485-3989. 



60-Fer8ale 



CHURCHLAHD WEST - 
Ranch style, nice 3 bed - 
room, den, 1 1/2 bath.deo, 
fenced yard, carpeted. 
Many extraa. Low $30's. 
No agents. 464-4451. 



ESTABLISHED FIVE 
YEAR old bustoess for 
sale. Compile stock to - 
eluded. UnusuaUy good 
bargato! Chnrchland arM. 
Call 464-1026. 



60-For Sale Portsmouth 



CHUBCHLAND - Brandon 
Sipiare Townhouse. 3 bed- 
room, I 1/2 baths, Livin- 
groom. Dining room, uti- 
Uty. $30,500 or assume 
7 3/4 VA loan. Call 485- 
2628 work or 484-0173 af- 
ter 5 



GEORQETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FCm SALE 
for 
Pei^ planning Homes 
k Oistom Builders 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
333 Providence Rd. 

CaH 464-93 17 



70-Bome Serrtca 



MAGIC WORDS THAT MAKE 
money for you... CUssifled 
Ada! Can 547-4571 now and 
plac» your ad. 



FURNITURE: Refintohing, 
15 yrs. experience. Anti- 
ques and used. Free es- 
timates, pickup and deli- 
very, 547-7409 or 543-0053 



A.T. CORPORATION - In- 
terior and exterior paint- 
ing. Residential aad com - 
mericUl, roofing, remod- 
eling, siding. Anything you 
don't have time for and 
can't find someone to do 
just pick up your phone and 
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(wly tlM tastiest enlinar; delif^ts wUch 
are lenred to yon in a warm and inttmat* 
almo^ere. Open from 5:00 p.m. 

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Gus RIganto greets guests warmly 



Caesar's food makes friends 



By DEBORAH L. lOU 
SUN Entertainment Writer 

Friends, fellow fettncini 
lovers, Yirginia Beachers, I 
have taken pen in hand not 
to bory Caesar's Italian Re- 
staurant located on 113 Pla- 
ta Trail, Irat to praise it 
for it's anOientic Italian 
home-atyle cooking. 

Gus Riganto opened Cae- 
sar's back in 1960. The name 
was different then and the 
decor has ciianged through 
the years, Irat the honest 
food and warm welcome Gus 
exteods to aU is the same. 
It makes Caesar's a favorite 
of locals and visitors alike. 

Good deals at Caesar's 
start at lunch and go onto 
dinner. The restaurant of- 
fers a lunch m«iu few can 
beat. You have your choice 
of five main entrees featur- 
ing dishes like stuffed pork 
chcfis, breaded veal cutlet, 
short ribs of beef and beef 
tips over rice— served com- 
plete with two vegetables and 
coffte or te^ for the nominal 
sum of $1.15. What better way 
to enjoy that all-too-short 
lunch hour tlian to have a hot 
meal at anaflordable price... 
in a relaxed, quiet at- 
mosfAere... without standing 
in line? 

One of the best aivetizers 
I've ever eaten was the Sea- 
food Imperial at Caesar's. 
Blte-slie dmnks of all my 
favorites: lobster, king crab, 
shrimp and iMckfin crab pre- 
pared with lemon and garlic 
served warm. A fitting dish 
for any royal palate! 



Anyone who does any 
amount of Italian cooking 
realtoes ttie frequency wtlh 
iridch veal is used in re- 
cipes and the importance of 
a good cut of veal. Caesar's 
makes sure they serve you 
the best by cutting all their 
veal and beef to order. The 
diHerence is noticed in the 
first forkful, when it melts 
in away in your mouth. 

Veal Scallopini a la Fran- 
cese was my choice in a veal 



dish that night. Dipped in an 
'egg batter and then sauteed 
ll^y wtth lemon and butter, 
that fine cut of veal was not- 
iced and appreciated. No 
heavy sauce or vegtables to 
disguise it, the veal stood 
on its own. It's listed as the 
Chef's ^olce on the menu, 
aad at |5.45 it's mine, too! 

Live entertainment maybe 
enjoyed six nights a week at 
Caesar's. The melow jatE 



of Tommy Gwaltoey and his 
Trio was tiie perfect com- 
mmt to4M goodlMll 
en}AtM ftt Ciasar's thsnlglit 
I went! 

William BemeU, Tide- 
water's leading single enter- 
tainer is scheduled to appear 

next. So Next tlow yon'ra 
Qiinking Italian, Qiink Cae- 
sar's. If its your first time 
it won't be your last! 



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Busy weekend for Va Beach Police, Firefifl^n 



m 12 



By STEVE STONE 
SUN News Editor 

It was a busy weekend. 

For the ni% department in Virginia 
Beach there were a series of brush 
fire calls, IS in all, over the two day 



period Including one 8 1/2 hour fire 
in Magic HoUpw. 

For the police there were the swine 
flu clnics throughout the city and a 
high speed chase down Atlantic Avenue 
Saturday afternoon. 

Thf Fire Departroeot ran head-on 



Changes possible at 
Seashore State Park 



Virginia State Parks Commissioner, 
Ben H. Polen, announced Monday 
a stwly is now under way involving 
possible changes at Seashore State 
Park. The purpose of the study is hoped 
to bring the park operation into grea- 
ter uniformity with the other existing 
state parks in the Commonwealth. 

"The changes now under study at 
Seashore State Park," said Bolen, "in- 
volve the elimination of approximately 



U campsites in what is now "0" 
area campground, located on the south- 
side of Rt. 60... Possible recommenda- 
tions for "0" area, include moving group 
camping into existing campgrounds in 
"E" area on the northside of Rt. 60. 
The study will also explore convert- 
ing "0" area into limited picnic facili- 
ties with an adjoint^ parking lot and 
comfort station facilities. In 



into the usual fall bruiB fire season 
this week as dry ««>t]ier made the 
«oodt haaardous. Sevenl of the fires 
were located near n»igttoi«oods where 
children were at play, though none of 
the fires are know to have been directly 
attributed to cblldrM idaying with 
matches. 

The biRest of the btflding fires 
was a severe fire at the White Heron 
Motel on Laskin Road a^r the beach. 
The fire, in a single stoiy entertain- 
ment center, caufed hMfy damage 
to the interior of the stro^re. 

The M^ic Hollow brush Are requir- 
ed a great deal of manpov^ and time. 
The blase covered a wide*; area and 
units bad to return hours afltr the fire 
was thou|U to be out. 

aher fire calls included |Q# car 
fires, four buUding fires, two %mp- 



ster fires, one accidental alarm and 
three unclassified alarms. 

Police were involved in a high speed 
chase down Atlantic Avenue Saturday 
afternoon which ended minutes later 
in the Bay Colonies section. 

A police unit attempted to pull 
over an auto without a license plate 
when the vehicle took off down the 
avenue. The following chase reached 
speeds in excess of 90 m.p.h. on the 
main Beach thoroughfare. 

However, police lost the vehicle in 
heavy traffic near 25th Street. Miniiltes 
later, with over a dozen vehicles and 
the police helicopter searching, the 
car was again spotted in Bay Colonies. 

The driver and his passenger aban- 
doned the car which police towed away 

Continued on page 8 




PoRce with subject veNcle 



Beach flu clinics 
termed 'success' 



By STEVE STONE 
SUN News Editor 

In all prdiabillty, Virginia Beach will 
hold the record state- wide tor the most 
successful swine flu mass clinics. 

Officials of the Virginia Beach Health 
Departmoit rqmrted Monday morning 
that 46,0^ citizens took advantage of 
the free, government sponsored inno- 



culations Saturday and Sunday. The 
Kempsvine Hig^ Sdiool Clinic had the 
largest single tara-oot for Virginia 
Beach (and the state, thus far) with 
7,708 Sunday and a total ot 12,481 
overall. 

18,604 Betdi residents participated 
in Saturday's dinlcs and 27,422 visited 
the six clinic sites on Sunday. 

(ContiMed on page A- 4} 




Is city erosion and sediment law without teeth? 



' ftytEECAHILL 
mm KMe Affairs Writer 



Colony Acres, Inc., developers (tf 
Colony Acres in Princess Anne Bo- 



SMUMM/qaibHii OrdilittdHliBilift' 
prote«eih^.^y'> OBtural resour- 
ets. rn.SMei|ber, Council added 
treies to 4he nswrces to be con- 
served under the cndinance. 

But wtat can the city do altera 
contractor toes onto a tract and, 
without the nei^ssary clearances, 
removes I5-acrei (A 40-foot tall trees 
and fills tai a flood plain? 

Councilman Joim A. Baum, whose 
ttetoric on the city's drainage nils 
many a tape, thinks the city has "an 
ordinance without teeth." 





of Colfli^ Acres are Jdbtt ' 
jC Angona and Bdward S. Garcia. 
CoBtnetors for the developers of 
tJbe subdivision prematurely cleared 
and filled approximately 15 acres ot 
prc^rty involved in one of six ap- 
plicatiOBs ipr rezoning on the prop- 
erty. City ManagerGeorgeL.Hantmi7, 
at the informal Council session Mon- 
day, said City Attorney Dale^Bimson 
considers the actions a violation of 
the Erosion and Sediment Control Or- 
dinance, and a summons has been 
issued. 



Be said the Corps of Engineers «|s 
a "cease and desist 
«| yif^inn <a liie 

IU»1» jtSbitoaiS the Federal Watei* 
Pollution Control Act. 

Hanbury said the developers said 
the property was cleared iiy Uie con- 
tractor without their knowledge. City 
Attorney Dale Bimson said that lack- 
ing a witness to prove a criminal 
case, the city should consider the de- 
velopers' offer of restoration rather 
than a warrant. 

The procedure used by the con- 
tractor is not (air to the people who 
try to follow the laW, Baum said. 

Hanbury said it was impossible to 



know everything that was going on 
in all the empty land in the city and 

'We're not (AUgated tofnitt re- 
loning. Whit we've got to find oat 
is if the public interest is protecHid," 
Buam said. 

Baum said at the formal meeting 
later that the flooiways were impor- 
tant to prevent fioo«ling and should 
be protected. A drainage study was 
submitted recently but the city is 
still without a drainage plan, he said. 
The Princes^ Anne Plaza area de- 
pends on channels alone and has no 
flood storage at all. "Basic engineer- 
ing is not oriented toward preventing 



floods t|ut toward correctii^ them af- 
terwanis," an expensive proptsition. 
"^ont U enforcing wtat sounds like 
ataeth-MwiiBeeoafsp^." >' - 

gaum said he dMnt think it was 
right to require ptnnits and then 
encourage "some people to take what 
they want and risk the conseqnences. " 

Baum's motion to defer indeflnite- 
ly all of the six rezoning requests 
sought by tte developers failed by a 
vote of 9-1. (Floyd E. Waterfield Jr. 
was d>sent). 

Following a presentation of the de- 
velopers' case by Attorney Cal- 
vin ^in. Council deferred indefinite- 
ly only the sixth item — rezoning 
from R-1 to R-6 resideidial district 



26.415 acres located on the west side 
of Bridle Road, south of Jody Lane 
imtll tin developers rectify the vi- 

CooBct! approved the other five 
items, rezoning: 

—From R-3 residential to B-1 
business-residential on 2.545 acres lo- 
cated on the west side of London 
Bridge Road, south of Swamp Road. 
--From R-3 residential to R-6 res- 
idential district on 30.360 acres lo- 
cated west of London Bridge Road, 
approximately 680 feet north of Col- 
ony Drive. 

—From R-3 residential to B-1 
bosiness-rasidnetial district on 2.506 
Continued <» page 8 



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Qt Q glonce 



Pbotognpiqr is an art Ibrm^lbat can 
be hardK' to master than any other, 
hot WiUlan Metttosh of VirglnU Beach 
Is an expert and the siri>)eet of this 
week's &ii)spaL See page B-3. 



A peat j deal la happening in the 
local spor^ world, with Ugh schools 
advancing to district, state aodregiwi- 
U eompetittons. Cross country, looltall 
and field hockey are among ttis week's 
newsmakers. For stories and pictures 
see page B-1 and B-2. 



With Christmas coming, numeroos 
churches are pUumiag holiitaybosaars. 
Dttalls on those and other church 
news OB page A-3. 



Chrla Caraett has been wiili Ford 
41 years aid now tte Virginia Beach 
reaidMt U iqok^ forward to Us re- 
UreaeM. Skc page A-S. 



:. Do yon know how to effectively use 
j^ltaalBg? Homemakers will find 
iMUiy helpful hints oa page A-4. 



REGULAR FEATURES 





Cheerleader M the week B-2 

Ctard news A-l 

Oasslltad aeclioa. B-4, B-$ 

UtertalnmcBt Page B-6 jum McLean, I, sooof Mr. and Mrs. 

nees A-2 MeLnn of 1804 East Rd. in Virginia 

ttf Bees. B-S Beach was not ipite sure about all 

P^akla ProgMMttcaUoBS B-2 «« shots being given at the VirglnU 

Ipwts B-t,B-2 g^d, Junior High swine flu clinic, 

*"^ B-1 ^i ^ »,s |iid he dl(ta't get one. Wd 

Snuhtoe ClrL ^. A-l ^ g^u hurt? Our li^uirtng photo- 

TirgiUa BmA ftMe Nolicos... grafber asked and tooid ont. See page 
A-8. A-7 ' A-4. 



Snow! 



It left weathermen stutt- 
ering, stammering and at a 
general loss for words, it 
seirt people scurrying to 
home and offlce windows and 
it made some area highways 
a bit slick. 

Monday's snow flurries 
were an mmpected surprise 
from Old Man Winter who has 
been blowing icy winds over 
the Tidewater area in recent 
days. With winter more than 
five weeks away still, many 
residents were wondering 
just what kind of winter the 
area is due for. 

See page A-2 



School Board 
announces 
closed 
meeting 

The Virginia Beach School B<»rd 
will hold a special meeting tomorrow 
evenii«, Nov. 11, at 7:30 p.m. at Pla- 
ta Junior High School. 

The meetii^ is being held fbr the 
purpose of discussing Atture sclnol 
construction sites in the city and the 
acquisition of such sttes. Personnel 
matters will also be di^ussed. 

The meting will be closed to the 
news media and the p^ic. 





Mark Merlled (center) ei Vlrgtata Boa^, is seen hen 
wiUi WasU^toB Redskins Mike Bran nnd Mark Mosely. 
Youi« Mait waa in WaAlagtoa last voA to compete on 



BstloBBl Mrrlstai ta the Puat, Pass and Kick. For tte 
story of tte Inderlied's trip to tte capital, see page 8. 



A-2- Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 10, 1976 



r4 



Snow in Virginia Beacli 

It was white, cold and fluffy 
and it came as a very big surprise 



Seashore 



ContlDued from page 1 



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tddit ion, a paved 8-foot bike/ 
hiking trail would lead from 
the parking lot to the oo« 
nitiing visitor center. The 
new bike/hiking trail would 
be designed to connect with 
the already eiisting Virginia 
Beach bike trail system 
which enters the park from 
the south and north ends of 
the park." 

"In addition to these modi- 
fictions," Bolen said, "plans 
are being studied tor the con- 
struction «[ two new contact 
stations. These stations are 
proposed for the main en- 
trance road to the now ex- 
iting visitor center and at 
the park mtrance on 64th 
Street." Modest parking fees 
would be implemented at 
these contact stations, simi- 



lar to fees charged at iMwr 
state parks, in order to pro- 
vide revenues for.emtiouing 
maintenance of the visitor 
cMter, trails, natural area, 
and toot launching facilities 
and iiaiUig lot at 64th 
Stre^, vUch is commonly 
—known as the Narrows. In 
addition, the lee for the Bald 
Cypress Trail publication 
would be eliffllnalMI. 

Mr. Boles e^rassed opti- 
mism tk^ the stadf aid final 
implem«itaU(» iKtiSA baiter 
serve tb« day osar at ta- 
shore State Park. Bt al- 
so feels that the pait ficU- 
ities WMild be better ottli- 
sed and enable the C^mttoa- 
wealtb to provide its park 
guests with a more effective 
and enjoyable nperience. 



Dr. Marvin Lowenhartd 
Podiatrist-Foot Specialst 

Aaaotmces the Opening of his office for the practice 



ofPodUtryatSaitaie 
Priacass Aaae Plaaa 
aiopBlig Ceatar 
Vlrgiala Beaeh, Va. St4Sa 



Won by appoialmeat oaly 
" 1461-1117 



Ouierlanks 



(SUN photos by Steve Stone) 



\ 







Foee/ 

ByRocTM^m ' 

Susan 
DeLone 



Susan DeLooe is well known in Virginia 
Beach as an artist, teacher and gallery 
owner. Her expressive eyes become a 
sign of her surprise when confronted by 
a camen-eUeklng photographer. Susan 
hol& classes at the Virginia Beach 
Art Center. 




37 honored 
at Dam Neck 



During holidays 



Social Security important 



By M. L. BURKS 

A total of 37 men and wo- 
men attached to he Fleet 
Combat Directional Systems 
Training Center, Atlantic, 
Dam Neck, Virginia re- 
ceived awards and rate ad- 
vancements in ceremonies 
held Oct. 13andl&. 

Among those receiving 
awards were six men cited 
for heroic action in com- 
bating fires following the 
collision of the USS Belk- 
nap (CG 26) and the air - 
craft carrier USS John F. 
Kennedy in November 1975. 
Receiving the Navy Com- 
mendation Medal were Chief 
Operations Spec. Johnny W. 
George and Operations Spec. 
2.C. Daniel M. Shumate; re- 
ceiving the Navy Achieve- 
ment Medal were Ens. C. M. 



Howe and Electronic War- 
fare Technician Repairman 
2.C. Randy B. ftillman; re- 
ceiving the Gold Star in lieu 
of a second Navy Achieve- 
ment Medal was Operations 
Spec. I.e. Roy E. Hamilton 
and Electronic Warfare 
Tecimiclan 2.C. Burdette B. 
Amen received a letter of 
commendation. 

Other personnel cited in- 
cluded Lt. Gary Fore who 
received the William 0. 
Florstedt award given in 
rec(%nition of outstanding 
academic performance in the 
Navy Basic Instructor's 
Course ; Operations Spec. 
2.C. Michael R. Murray was 
named the Sailor of the Quar- 
ter forOctoberto December. 

Twelve good conduct med- 
als were awarded and seven- 
teen advancements in rate 
were authorized. 



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By JACK UHLAR 

Field Represeirtative 

Social Security Administration 

Planning for the winter holidays? 

Many of the Vli^inla Beach people I've talked to recently 
are already making family plans for the coming holiday 
season. That's a good idea. 

It's also a pxjd idea for Virginia Beach residents to plan 
ahead if they don't have a Social Security number and are 
going to do some work during the coming season. 

If a Tidewater resident is getting a number for the first 
time, he sbouU aj^ly at least a mfuth before he will need 
it. 

Apfdieations from people who don't recall having had a 
Social Secnrity number before are screened by a computer 
to make sure a second number isn't issued to the same 
person. Screening takes time, so andy for ytmr social 
security number early and you'll luve it when you need it. 



Virginia Beach workers biiild retirement, disability and 
survivors protection for themselves and their families 
by working in employment covered by Social Security. 

Your Social Security number is yours alone and remains 
the same for life. Using more than one number can mean 
you're not getting full credit for your work and earnings. 

When someone gets a job covered by Social Security, 
he should make sure the meployer copies his name and 
numlier correctly from his social security card into the 
employer's record. 

More than nine out of ten jobs are now covered under 
Social Security, so you can see its very important that 
your Social Security numl>er is properly recoreded. 

When you a{^y for a number for the first time, you 
should be prepared to prove your age, identity and citi- 
zenship. 

The Social Security Administration office in Tidewater 
is located at 3661 E. Virginia Beach Blvd. in Norfolk 
(Zip 23502). 




City of Virginia Beach 

Veteran's Day, Holday 

Refuse Colectbn Schedule 




THERE WILL BE NO regular 

garbage collection on 

Thursday, November 1 1. 1976 by 

the City of Virginia Beach 




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Tonight, 
like any 

, I Other 

night thousands 
of you will go to sleep tight. With 
your mind clouded . . . vy^ith the 
ceiling spinning. Thousands of you 
do it night after night, And the 
more nights you do it ... the more 
nights you have to do it. And you 
hate It. Write a call in confidence 
for facts on a 28-day program for 
the treatment of alcoholism, in a 
comfortable, caring atmc»phere. 
Specialists can help you find the 
way to a good night's sleep . . . 
without your having to go to sleep 
tight, 

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1701 Wiii-O-VWwDrtwe. Nfliginioiaoch. Va2345a. 

CW481-12J6 

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Approved to» BWe CiOB. Chcnvw. Me<*x» 

cxrf olher health cove»OQe 



Straight Talk About 
MICROWAVE OVENS. . . 

There are 23 brands 
and 96 models on the 
market today! 

Only 2 Do Not Require 
This Government 
Warning Label 



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A atttd In ttma provMet plMty to choose 
from at ttie pins ud needles shop pUmied 
for Eutern Shore Chapel's holiday baaanr, 
to be held Saturday, Nov. 13 from 20 am 



. to 4 pa. Betty Conpo displays haoderalted 
items to b* ottered tor sale at tte bazaar 
by the womon M the church at the Episcopal 
church, 2020 Laskin Rd. in Virtinia Beach. 



Nov. 13 

Eastern Shore Chapel 
plans holiday bazaar 



Eastern Shore Chapel Episcopal 
Church, 2020 Laskin Rd., Virginia 
Beach, will bold its annual holiday 
iMzaar Saturday, Nov. 13, fromlOa.m. 
to 4 p.m. 

The Bazaar will feature a plant shop, 
bake shop, Christmas shqp, sewing 



shop, children's closet (used clothing 
& toys), trash and treasures (white 
elephant items), and a makeup booth 
(while parents browse and buy children 
can be made up as a fiction or fan- 
tasy figure of their choice, be it clown, 
Indian, hobo, princess, pirate or what- 
ever, and it all washes off). 



Retirement considered 



Catholic Family & Children's 
Service, a United Community Fund 
Agency is presenting a series of re- 
tirement programs of informal talks 
and question/answer periods by pro- 
. fessionals in various fields. 

Fire station, number nine, 115 Thole 
,H». in Norfolk, is where thejfttgranu, 
ard being 1^ im^\0. 42,. W and If- 
fn^i 8 p.m. to 4:Wf .to. 

4>eakers and topics in order of 
datte listed are-. "Financial Planning 
for Retiretneirt," Jack Uhlar, Social 
Security Administration and Michael 
O'Brien, attorney and trust office. 
First Virginia Bank and Walter Smith, 
Pembroke Realty; "Role of Religion 
to the Retirement Years," Father Ray- 
mond Barton, Sacred Heart Parish and 
Rabbi John J. Rosenblatt, U.S. Navy 
Chaplain and Bev. Heath Light, Christ 
k St. Luke's Church; "Second Car- 



eers and Leisure Time,: Connie Laws, 
planner in aging services and Lenora 
Matthews, director, Voluntary Action 
Center; "Health and Nutrition," Donald 
T. Faulkner, chairman. Mayor's Com- 
mission on Aging, Norfolk and Bonnie 
Heimback, extension agent, V.P.I. Ex- 
tensioiL^Sinpfe..":^ » ^ A *« 



Sue Satterfield, a local pastel por- 
trait artist, will be at the bazaar tak- 
ing assignments for portraits done 
from life or photographs. 

A carnival-style lunch of hot dogs, 
chili, cokes and ice cream sundaes 
wUl be sold from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 
p.m. 

The bazaar day will end with an 
Italian gourmet dinner served in the 
church's Parish Hall. It will include 
veal parmesan, salad bar, herbed 
homemade bread, wine, tortoni and 
coffee or tea for |4 per person. This 
wOl be by prepaid reservation only. 

Reservations can b§ arranged by 
calling the parish ottice at 428-6763 
from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Monday through 
Friday. 

The annual holiday bazaar is spon- 
sored by the Women of Eastern Shore 
Cbai 



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Revival planned 



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There will be a revival at the Charity 
United Methodist Church, 3199 Charity 
Neck Rd., Virginia Beach, beginning 
Sunday, Nov. 14 and going through 
Thursday, Nov. 18. 

Guest evuigelist for the services 
will be the Rev. Mr. Warl Tyson of 
Scottsville, Va. Special singing roups 



will be present each evening. 

Among those groups coming are: 
the Harris Family, the JOY Quartet, 
The New Joy Singers, The Inspira- 
tions and Chuck Harrell, and the Del- 
Rays. 

All services begin at 7:30 p.m. and 
the public is cordially invited to attend. 



St. Francis' slates bazaar 



a. Francis' Eplscoal 
Church, 509 Rosemont Rd., 
Virginia Beach, will hold it's 
bazaar Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. 



to 9 p.m. and Saturday Nov. 

20 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 

The bazaar will include 

a Christmas room with 



decorations and gifts; a Wil- 
liamsburg room featuring 
excellent woodwork and re - 
stored antiques. 



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Old Donation Churcti 
to ttold Oyster Roast 




Historic Old Donation Ch- 
urph located on Witchduck 
Road near Independence 
Boulevard in Virginia Beach 
will once again host the re- 
oMied annual Oyster Roast 

MaryBarraco 
appears 
Nov. 16 

: The Oscar SmUb High 
School Fromrael Tri-Hl-Y 
wUl host all the Hl-Y and 
Trl-Hi-Y Clubs in Tide - 
water at a Candlelight In- 
dttctloB Service Nov. 16, at 
7: JO p.m. in the South Nor- 
m ^ti4 Church on 
Chesapeake Avenue. 

\ Mrs. Mary Barraco of 
Virginia BAch will be guest 
s|ieaker. Mrs. Barraco, a 
mjtive American, was in Bel- 
gi)im at the age of 16 when 
sl;e was captured by the 
Nazis a^ placed in a eon- 
centration camp. She has 
been decorated by the Bel- 
g^lm government, twice by 
Ute United States and has 
r^eived numerous awards 
fibm rther organizations, 
^e is a member of 21 clubs. 

^George Raiss, supervisor 
ot all Tidewater Hl-Y and 
T^-Hl-Y Cli*s In Tide - 

Ster will Jmn club memba'-s 
in ,Chesap«ke, Virginia 
^ch and Norfolk. 



and Bazaar on Nov. 20, the 
Saturday before Thanks- 
giving. 

Anticipated with delight 
by discriminating bazaar 
buffs, the 43rd observance 
win feature, as always, the 
sale of a wide variety of 
handcrafted articles, potted 
plants, and dried flowers. 
New this year will be the 
special offering of items 
crafted bymenoftheChurch, 
Bazaar begins at 10 a.m. 

Long a tradition will be 
luncheon served on the 
grounds and indoors, includ- 
ing Bninswidc stew. Smith- 
field ham, and oysters on the 
half- shell or roasted over 
ab open fire. 



Dining room open 11 a.m. 
to 2 p.m. Outside oyster 
bar open from 11 a.m. on. 



Dwyer 
to appear 



Miss Anne Dwyer, South- 
ern Baptist Missionary 
nurse to Yeman will speak at 
First Baptist Church, Vir- 
ginia Beach, Wednesday, 
Nov. 10, at 7 p.m. 

The church is located on 
35th Street at Holly Road. 
The public is invited. 



The "Needle Nook" will 
carry a variety of knitted 
and crocheted items and as- 
sorted handwork, including 
a handmade quilt. The coun- 
try store will carry every- 
thing from canned goods to 
plants and a special "Kid 
Power" room will cater to 
young people. 

Lunch or dinner of home- 
made soup and ham biscuits 
In the country kitchen will 
be served. 

The senior citizens will 
have a booth of articles for 
sale. 



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Linkhorn Pa^^Sdwol 

1413 Laskin Rd. 

481-4471 

Leonard Cambett 
Pastor 



Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service 

7:00 p.m. 



In Windsor Woods — 
Plaza - - - Green Run 



The Catholic Parish 
of tha Holy Spirit 



Masaas: 
7 pjn. Sat; 9:30 All ajn. Sun. 
Talaphona 340*7122 




TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZERENE 

Rev. DavklHolstein, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. «7-8703 

Sunday Scbod Hr. - 9:45 

AM. 

Hour (rf Triumph 10:S0 a.m. 

Junior, Youth, t Achitt 

FeUowsb4)-6:00 P.M. 

Hour of iBsidratiOD - 7:00 

AM. 

P.M. 

Wednesday Hid- week 

Up-lift 7:30 P.M. 



The Psalms of Da^dd 



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Darid wai one of the great kings oi bi^d. 
His faith in God was very »U:9»$^ Jte^wv^ 
many of die Psalms as a ue^ivitff celebrat- 
ing^ faith in God, 9adt<^ telling o^ff^' 
v^f^%he b^Uw'ed. "^ ,.<^'i0*^ ' 

in'maea of iod^inpn^ lie wom^tum to 
God.' During onf wiblese times, he wrpte 
^12l8t Psalm: 

**! will lift up my etyes nnUKbc! hills, item 
whence cometh'ipy help. ' j* ' # 

My help coiieth from t^ Lord wj^f^m 
heaven and,eartli.% ' ' ''^^ 

/ ^at 

mony tt^^^pj^ayms belief 
in C^vd^'When yon ex* 
•nge'doulrt or inde- 
ci^ion in yoor li^Qbn 
«r thl^NluSul^ahB 
-fis a ioflrce of help. 



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Wmar Makara 

Sieso Challedon Dr. 499--7087 
WUllam L. Hendricks t Staff 

Kallam & Eaton, Inc. 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank ft David Kellam 

Bayalda Motora 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Chirles C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 

Furnltura Showrooma 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. MiUtary Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin ft Employees 



HIggina Raalty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison ft Associates 

Kampavilla Pharmacy 

5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum - Lynn Leavitt 

HAM Conatructlon Co. 

815 Industrial Ave. 545-7391 
Monte P. Howell ft Employees 

SImiala Funaral Homa 

3795 Bonney R<< between 
Independence ft Rosemont 
Vic Semlele ft Joe Hedgepeth 340-1717 

Complbnanta of Early 
Distributing Co. 

John M. Wright Raalty, Inc. 

1964 Uskln Rd. 

John M. Wright ft Associates 



Contractora Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 340-1161 
Clinton Teets ft Staff 

Mill-End Carpat Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr ft Employees 

Prica'a Incorporatad 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances - TV-Stero 

Smith & Kaana 

5734 Sellegar Drive 497-1231 
E. Gilbert Keen ft Associates 

Warran-Slabart-Paga Inc. 

Jack Slebert ft staff 

Charlla'a Saafood Raataurant 

3139 Shore Dr. ^91-9863 
Mary E. Refapelz ft Employees 

Wlllla Furnltura at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L.H. Bums ft Staff 

Roaawood Mamorlal Park 



«,v>^'-^ 



631 Witch Dade Rd. 
C. C. Klrkpttrlck 



497-8925 



Stohl Raalty Corp. 



4920 Va. B«ich Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. Stohl ft Associates 



Laraaan Raalty Corp. 

2041 Va. Beach Blvd. 340-3030 
Lawrence A. Sanclllo ft Associates 

Haynaa Furnltura Company 

5324 Va. Beadi Blvd. 
Furnlture-Beddlng-Carpetlng 

Kallam-Eaton Inauranca Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 

Homa Fadaral Savinga A Loan Aaaoc. 



1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Onirch Accounts Welcome 



nis feature is made posittde through the cooperatiOD of our ministers. It is paid 
tor by aese area ttnit who believe our churchM arc a vital part <rf our comaimity 
Ite. 



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A-4-Virginla Beach Sun, Nov, 10, 1976 



by Steve Stone 



lAC|uiriA9 phote9rophef 

How did your swine flu s/iof feel? 



Flu clinics 




Dr. William Crawford, director of 
the health dej?artment, said that he was 
"very grateful" to the hundreds of 
volunteers ami the numerous organi- 
utlons and agencies that contributed 
to the effort, "it was just beautiful; 
this kind of support is real hearten- 
ing," explained Crawford. 

While the mass clinics are now con- 
cluded in Virginia Beach, swine flu 
vaccine is still available from private 
physicians. The vaccine will stiU be 
free, but there is an administrative 
fee. 

Among the many who helped make 
the program a success were the Vir- 
ginia Beach bus drivers. They manned 
the check-in tables assisting vaccine 
recipients with forms that had to be 
signed prior to the shots. 

Once papers were taken care of and 
the bureaucracy satisfied, people 
moved quickly through the lines to re- 
ceive their shots. Most did not even 
have time to think about getting the 
shot as it was all over in Just se- 



(CoBtinued from m* A-1) * 

conds. The average persou toeit apM 
EO minutes at the cllnle, 1» mmtw: 
of that time involved in m fOA-aW ^ 
waiting period. 

Adverse publicity at the «ri«* *, 
the national pn^ram hadre^ctdttlWr^ 
outs around the country, bApn Biadi 
clinics drew more peq>letliifceifl»<i*l. 
The final projection Just (toys b^M*' 
the clinics were to begin MMimaUd 
that not over E5,000 wotfM ■ttwd;' 
11,000 less tkan the aettal tiuii-otft. , 

There were no reports of whfwte^ 
reactions worse than slight dlcilaess 
reported at any of the cUhIc sttes., 

Several area businesses «N^rib«H«i 
to the effort also, among ttett, Mc-; 
Donald's, Hardees, Burger Kiii|,C»r^. 
Lee and Krlspy Kreme wttk fr«c lood^ 
for volunteers and Giant Open Air Sii>, 
permarkrts which provided coUitor-, 
age for the vaccine. Saddlef proirjded 

The ROTC units at Coi utA Ktmps- 
vllle High Schools also provided man-, 
power for their clinics. 



Graduate honored 
at Dam Neck 



Oliver Joyner 

Ocean Front at ZOth Street 
"Painless, completely painless!" 



Leo Hiard 

205 South Blrdneck Rd. 
"It's nothing bad." 



Joan Stewart 



S33 High Point Ave. 
"Fine!" 



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Lt. Gary Fore has become the re- 
cipient of the wmiam 0. Florstedt 
award during ceremonies held at Fleet 
Combat Direction Systems Training 
Center, Atlantic, Dam Neck, Oct. 13. 

The award was established to pro- 
vide recoRnltlon of outstanding gra- 



duates of the Basic Instructor Train- 
ing Course. 

As a student, Lt. Fore «ftft)ltedjj 
high level of academic iidilfefeiiem; 
leadership and motivation (or duty as 
one of the Navy's outstanding. instruc- 
tors. 



Carol Russell 

507 19tb St. 
"Strange." 



Ed Maynard 



418 Lakewood Circle 
"Didn't hurt!" 



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The photographer 



Arctic Avenue 
"Ovcb!" 




Lt. Gary Fore recelTli« WllUam 0. Florstedt vwui 

from commanding Officer, Captain T.R.M. Emery. 



Dry cleaning helps you keep youthful shape in garments 



Those fall and winter fashions like 
leather and suede jackets and heavy 
woolen sweaters may look great when 
you buy them, but what about the wear 
and tear caused by normal use? 

The Better Business Bureau em- 
Iriiaslzes that wool, leather and suede 
garments look and wear better when 
they are kept In good shape. Self - 
service coin machines work well on 
some garments. However, only a pro- 
fessional dry cleaner can handle suede 
and leather articles and more deli- 
cate fabrics. 

Begin thinking about drycleaning a 
garment at the time of purchase. De- 
cide if the article can be cleaned by 
a self-service machine or whether it 
needs professional treatment. Check 
the label and hang tag on the item. 
Many apparel makers attach labels to 
garments which supply drycleaning and 
laundering information. Ask the sales- 
person at the store where the garment 
is purchased to point out any special 
cleaning requirements. 

Remember, too, that some beautiful 
fabrics are not as durable as others. 
For example, cashmere, camel hair, 
mohair and some of the very loosely 
woven lightweight woolen fabrics tend 
to snag during the drycleaning process. 
Polyester knits are more susceptible 



to shrinkage and snagging, while acry- 
lic knits are inclined to stretch dur- 
ing drycleaning. 

When selecting a new garment, con- 
sider how buttons, beads, sequins and 
other decorations will hold up during 
drycleaning. Buttons or trim made of 
certain thermoplastics or polystyrene, 
for example, may not last. Polysty- 
rene is a substance which softens and 
melts in drycleaning solvents. 

Remember to check the color of the 
garment you are Uiinking of buying. 
Although it is Impossible to tell simply 
by looking at the fabric whether the 
color will withstand the rigors of ex- 
posure to sunlight or to the various 
spotting agents or chemicals used bv 
drycleaners, a careful reading of labels 
and tags should avoid the worst. 

If you decide to buy a leather or 
suede jacket this season, remember 
that all genuine leather garments re- 
quire special processing to preserve 
their finish, feel and color. Therefore, 
take the leather garment to a pro- 
fessional suede and leather cleaner 
equipped for this type of cleaning. 
Remember that the longer you wear 
the leather or suedecoat without clean- 
ing it, the harder it is for th£r>dry- 
cleaner to give it the best care. 

When you take your leather garment 



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President 
HANES BYERLY 



General Manager 
JCENNETH F. CURI EY 

Business Manager 
TONY ELLER 



News Editor 
STEVEN R. STONE 

Circulatioo Manager 
JIM BROWN 



Into the drycleaner, be sure to take 
all care labels and hang tags with you. 
Informing the cleaner of the sources 
of all stains and spots will let him 
know the best way to handle the gar- 
ment. Be sure to inspect the leather 
or suede garment immediately after 
cleaning and let the drycleaner know if 
you are dissatisfied. 

In betwwen cleanings, one way to beat 
the dirt is to store the garment in a 
cool, ventilated closet. Never store lea- 
ther or suede in plastic bags, as lea- 
ther must have air circulation to keep 
from drying out. Similarly, if your lea- 
ther or suede jacket should get wet, 
never place it near a heat source. 
Let the garment dry out naturally. 
After drying, a high density sponge 
Will raise the nap again. Ask the ad- 
vice of the drycleaner. 

Even with the care taken by the buyer 
and the drycleaner with the garment, 
damage may occur during drycleaning. 
The fault does not always lie with the 
drycleaner, however; the " manu- 
facturer, the retailer or CMisumer 
could be at fault. If, at the time a 
garment is purchased, the information 
required by government regulations Is 
not supplied and the item suffers damage 
in subsequent cleaning, the manufac- 
turer is to blame; Be sure to bring 
this matter to the attention of the 
manager of the store where the item 
was bought. Good retail practices pro- 
vide lor exchange, replacement, re- 
pair or refund of the price when a 
garment is defective. 

Damage can also be caused by the 
consumer's neglect to follow pro- 



per cleaning instructions or by the dry- 
cleaner's failure to follow label In- 
structions or exercise reaonable care. 
Remember, though, that some stains 
cannot be removed; a garment can with- 
stand only so much wear and tear with 
the passage of time. 
If your drycleaner is to blame, you 



are entitled to recover the value of 
the garment's remaining life expec- 
tancy. This Hfe expectancy can be de- 
termined by referring to the "National 
Fair Claims Guide for Consumer Tex- 
tile Products." Issued by the Interna- 
tional Fabricare Institute, P.O. Box 
940, JoUet II 60434. It is up to the 



consumer to negotiate a adjustment 
with the drycleaner. 

Since dryclouiing U often tbe only 
method of cleaning a vide variety of 
garments, the Better Business BurMu 
advises that the more j(k know about 
drycleaning, the more value pn will 
receive for your clctttog dollar. 



Groundwater act of 1973 
applies to all Eastern Shore 



■ Administrative requirements of the 
state's groundwater act of 1973 now 
aH)ly io the Eastern Shore of Vir- 
ginia, Ihe State Water Control Board 
has announced. An order declaring the 
Eastern Shore a -critical groundwater 
area was Issued at the board's meet- 
ing Sept«raber 27-28 at Virginia Beach. 
A tw^e-month study and rsport on 
groundwater conditions InNo. thampton 
and Accomack counties as well as com- 
ments from a public hearing last June 
in EastvlUe prompted the declaration, 
which will provide for management of 
declining grouhdwater levels, mini- 
mization of further interference among 
groundwater pollution and evaluation of 
applications for new withdrawals 
of groundwater in order to ensure a 
continued su|q>ly of groundwater on the 
Eastern Shore. 



Under tbfi act, an industrial or com- 
mercial user of 50,000 gallons of 
groundwater or more per day has six 
months in which to file a registration 
statement with the board. AnindustrUl 
or commercial user with a well under 
construction on November I should also 
file a registration statement within six 
months. In addition, an Industrial or 
commercial user wishing to Increase 
usage of groundwater or to construct 
a new well with a capacity of more than 
50,000 gallons per day must file an 
aM>lic8tlon for a permit to construct 
a water well and to use groundwater. 

A munlclpalty must meet these re^ 
qulrements If It sullies more than 



50,000 gallongs of grouodwkt^r perday 
to a single industrial or commercial 
user. t 

Two public information i^eetingf 
on the admlitfstrative requl^emeMs 
of the grouKlwater act as well |s rules 
of the board and standards for water 
welU relative to critical trovndwater 
areas will be held Nov. 16. They are 
scheduled tor 10:30 a.m. at the circuit 
court room In EastvlUe aad 1 p.m. at 
the Accomack board of supervisors 
meeting hall In Accomac. 

Further Information may beolrtained 
from the board's tidewater l^looal 
office, 287 PembndceOffieenrk.^te 
210-Pembrake «2, VininhBetch, 499- 
8742. 



Bayside junior wonien 
to hold fall dance 



TCC offers courses 



Published every Wednesday by Byerly PublicatiOM 
with main office located at 138 Rosemont Rd., Virginia 
Beach, Va. 23452. Secoml class posUge paid at 
Lyn^aven Statiot in Virginia Beach 5Z-week sub- 
scr^tioD by bail: |7. Other rates published « Itfal 
Pi««- 



The Bayside Junior Woman's Club, 
will sponsor their fall dance at Holiday 
Inn Scope Saturday, Nov. 27, featuring 
Bill Deal and the Rhondels. Proceeds 
from the dance will go to the Vir- 
ginia Easter S^l Society for cri|q>led 
children and adults. -«• 

The Bayside Junior Woman's Club 
is one of a federation of woman's 
rhihs throiiehout the United States and 
of .iigima that are dedicated to pro- 
moting through common interest cul- 
tutal. educational, social-civic, aw) 



charitable welfare of the community in 
which they reside. Membership is limi- 
ted to women between the ages of 18 
to 35. 

The Bayside Juniors annually pro- 
vide a sctolarshlp to Old Dominion 
University, contribute funds to the Bay- 
side Library, and give a carapership 
lor a crippled child to attend Camp 
Easter Seal each summer. The fall 
dance is open to the public. For de- 
tails and ticket information please call 
Pat Pugh at 464-6812. 



As part of its community service 
program, the Virginia Beach Campus 
of Tidewater Community College will 
continue to offer credit courses dur- 
ing the midday period at two Beach 
libraries. 

At Bayside Library on Imlependence 
Bbulevard American History U will 
be offered on Tuesdays and Thurs- 
days from 1:00 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. 
This Is a follow-on course from one 
that was started in September. 

At the Windsor Woods Library on 
South Plata Trail General Psychology 
I will be offered. This Is the be- 
ginning course for psychology and will 
be continued in the Sprli^. 

Classes will begin Jan. 4, 1977 
with registration thro^out Decem- 



ber. For further information call 
the Office of Continuing Education at 
427-3070. 

Maury High 
plans reunion 

The Maury High School Jannry, 
June and Angvst Classes of 1951 will 
hold a r«ffllon at the Mariner Resort 
Inn, Virginia B«d. 

The fe^vtties vUl be b^ Dec. 4. 

If interested in attendlfit. -«Hrtact 
the chairman of the remimeottmittet, 
Pete Mara, at 497-8949 ta- iUrtter 
iniormatton. 



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Lorraine 
Fore 

joins 

Mlsi Loritine F. Fore of 
Virginia Betcb has joined the 
Stan of Catholio Family and 
Children's Services, Nor - 
folic 4s Social Worker/Fam- 
ily Counselor. 

Miss Fore received her A. 
A. degree in General Studies 
at Richard Bland College in 
PeterslHirg, and her B.S. in 
Psycbolgy at O.D.U. She is 
currently working on her 
Masters in Guidance and 
Counseling i^ there. 

Catfeoltc Family and Child- 
ren's Services, a member 
01 the United Way services 
has its main office in Nor- 
folk With district offices in 
Vlrgi&la Bleach and Ocean 
View. 




Operation Heavy 




concludes at Ft Story 



Lorraine Fore 

Notice 

Volunteers tor all phases 
of Red Cross work at the 
Naval Hospital at Ports - 
mouth are needed. 

For information concern- 
ing volunteer opening and 
upcoming training classes, 
caU 393-6009. 



Operation llMvy Hook, a 
logistical exercise involving 
the movement of cargo by 
cranes, tjarg es and landing 
craft, was conducted by the 
combined armed services at 
Ft. Story, Virginia Beach, 
last week. 

The exercise is the fourth 
of a year-long series of five 
tests being held by the ser- 
vices to determine the saf- 
est, fastest and most econo- 
mical means of transferring 
containerized cargo and con- 
tainerization equipment 
from ships to shore and in- 
land depots in undeveloped 
areas. 

Previously, the services 
tested the feasibility of using 
balloons , conventional bre- 
akbulk ships and a merchant 
vessel carrying cargo^load- 
ed barges for transferring 
the cargo and equipment. 

All fivetestshavebeende- 
signed to gather technical 



infornatlOR in preparation 
for a massiire joint services 
tost sche(hiled for f^ll of 
1977. In that test, the U.S. 
Army, Navy and Marine 
Corps troo|»will move large 
amounts of containerized 
cargo Using all the methods 
tested this year except for 



As mudi as he enjoys the 
water, Christian H. Garnett 
figures to see less o f his 
iakefront home in Virginia 
Beach and more of the moun- 
tains beginnii« this month. 
'' Mr. Gkrnett, who lives with 
ilis Krifif. En, at 4508 Powells 
Point Rd. Virginia Beach, has 
rMlred from Ford Motor 
Company's Norfolk Assem- 
bly Plant after more than 48 
years, making him the long- 
est leririce employee ever 
|t that facility. 



'in 
fpeot 



■ recent years, I've 
my vacations in the 



ndont^ns . with my Ford 
(ickupfcamper," the newre- 
iree exclaims. "Now, I ex- 
iect to see more of the moun- 
ains and the country on a 
dalBied trip through the wes- 
er&stateS.'" " 



A native of Norfolk, Mr. 
Garnett joined the local Ford 
plant on July 18, 1928, on the 
loading dock. He later was on 
the trim line for many years 
before transferring to the 
Plant Engineering Depart- 
ment where he has speiit the 
last 20-plus years as a 
steamfitter. 

Mr. Garnett's career 
spans a period that saw near- 
ly three million vehicles — 
from Model A to 1977 models 
— produced in Norfolk while 
the plant almost quadrupled 
in size. A double- shifting of 
the facility, now under way, 
will result in record em- 
ployment totals. 

The affable Mr. Garnett 
has some kind words for his 
ex-employer and his long- 
time Ford associates. 

"I can't thlidE of a better 



place to work than Ford or 
more pleasant people to woi* 
with," he commented. 

On the part of local Ford 
management and Mr. Gar- 
nett's co-workers, |he feel- 
ing is mutual. Oct. 29 was 
set aside as "Chris Garnett 
Day" at the Norfolk plant, 
with a huge banner over the 
main entrance to the plant 
and posters displayed prom- 
inently throughout the fa- 
cility. 

Plant Manager James L. 
Mehne summed up the at- 
titude of Ford associates, 
saying "Chris and others 
like him who have served sd 
many years, have created for 
the Norfolk plant a rqmta 
tion we can all be proud of 
today. We all salute him and 
wish him the best in his re- 
tirement." 




IGI 29^. 1976 



ChrisltaD H. Garnett (left) is all smiles 
as he waves good-bye at Ford Motor 
Coovhny's Horfdk Assembly Plant. The 
lotgest service employe ever atthatlacll- 
Ity, he ^s reUred from die company 



alter more than 48 years' service. Es- 
corted tqr James L. Mehne, plantaaanger, 
Mr. Garnett was honored by hbi follow 
employes on hU last day which was de- 
signated "Chris Garnett Day" at the plant. 



Aid deadline near 
^t Norf oik State 



the balloons. 

Army and Navy elements 
participated in Operation 
Heavy Hook as a task force 
commanded by LtCol. Sam- 
uel N. Wakefield. Overall 
test director was MajGen, 
Alton G. Post, commander 
of the US Army Transpor- 



tation Center and Ft. Eustis. 
Operation Heavy Hook 
consisted of three majorac- 
tivities. Large, outsized 
container-handling equip- 
ment will be transported 
from an anchorage in Hamp- 
ton Roads Harbor to Ft . Story 
by a heavy lift breakbuJk 



Junior Civitans plan 
Bioodmobiie at Dome 



The Junior Clvitan Clubs 
of Virginia Beach are plan- 
ning a special Saturday 
Bloodmi^Ue at the Virginia 
Beadi Dome, ISth and Paci- 
fic, Nov. IS. 

They anticipate 200 donors 
and the hours will be from 
10 a.m. to 3 p.m. 



Chrl^ Garnett 

Beach man marks 
48 years with Ford 



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Kudents In Virginia Bea- 
-'ch are advised that the dead- 
''lilie tor aivlyins for financi- 
al aid lor Norfolk State Col- 
lege's 1977 spring semester 
Is Nov. 15. „ , ,. 

Alvin e. Lomax, Norfolk 
aate*s~ director of linanci- 
ji aid eoJiAasizes that stu- 
^s Irterested In obtained 
financial aid must have their 
. awlicatioB materUls m file 
! in the colleges financial aid 

•'office by Nov. 15. 

These materials should in- 
clude: « current parents' 
•eonll^tial statement or 
.'strtte* flntnclal stateraem 
^(1975-78 or more rec«t), 
the institutional ajvUcation 



for financial aid, the report 
from the Basic Grants of- 
fice, and verification of ac- 
ademic standing. 

He also advises stwlerits 
who have experienced extra- 
ordinary changes in theirli- 
nancial status or family cir- 
cumstances since September 
present documented proof of 
the changes along with a re- 
quest for review of their fi- 
nancial aid file. 

Beginning Dec. 3, Lomax 
statW, aniffluncements ofthe 
eligibility status of st^ents 
applying for aid durli$ the 
1977 spring • semester will 
be mailed to all persons who 
filed afiplications. 



There are six Junior Clvi- 
tan groups in the area and 
Kellam Clvitan was rated as 
the number one group in the 
country last year for its ef- 
forts in behalf of the blood 
program. 

For additional Information 



on this special bioodmobiie, 
please call Llynn Shirkey, 
625-6791. 



ship. A base of operations 
will be established at Ft. 
Story by a heavylift break- 
bulk ship. A base of opera- 
tions will be established at 
Ft. Story and logistics-over- 
the-shore operation involv- 
ing containers will be con- 
ducted, using a variety ship 
transport and cargo trans- 
fer techniques. 

Among items used in the 
lest were the U.S. Army 
1466 class landing craft util- 
ity (LCU), land craft mech- 
anized (LCM-8), lighter am- 
phibious resupply cargo 
(LARC-60 amphibian), 300- 
ton crane-on-barge, 140 
ton crange-on-barge, 300 ton 
crane-on-t)each, container 
sideloader, U.S. Navy 



Causeway Ferry (four sec- 
tion barge), 1646 Class 
Landing Craft Utility (LCU), 
and various tractor/trailer 
combinations. In addition, a 
computer system will auto- 
matically document events 
during the exercise. 

Operation Heavy Hook is 
being used to test the crane- 
on-barge system in two ex- 
ercises. Instrumented tech- 
nical tests were conducted 
for three days while the 
crane was operated at sea 
off Ft. Story beaches. Secon- 
dly, the same crane-on- 
barge system was used as a 
container discharge facility 
with the standard heavylift 
vessel serving as a contain- 
ershlp. 



In addition, Lomax dis- 
closed, students awarded fi- 
nancial aid for the academic 
year will not be sent a sec- 
ond award letter for the 
spring semester. All that 
will be needed to verify fi- 
nancial aid for registration 
purposes is the presertation 
of the gold copy of the a - 
ward accet*ance letter. 

Lomax also urged students 
who have not completed the 
emidoyment affidavit in con- 
juidion with the CSAP a - 
wards to do so immediate- 
ly. Affidavits will be a - 
vallable in Norfolk State Col 
lege's financial aid office. 




KELLAM & BEACH MAUL 
ICESKATMGRMKS 

Admission Bonanza! 

Novenbtr Is ICE SKATING MONTH and we're celebrating 
By ofterii« a FREE INTRODUCTORY skate session. 
Coma on in and have the time of your life in an atmos- 
phere Itat oaly synthetic ice can offer. No water - no 
refrlgeratioo - JuS plain comfort. 
Ow^U are MI ikis month to the TIDEWATER FIGURE 
SKA'TuTG CLuB lAOse members will serve as hosts 
at evr riaka each Wednesday night for the next three 
weeks to telcome ydu to the world of ice skating and 
their el^. Have sane fun-Join the skating club. 

Skate now at the Kellam Road Ice Stating Rink or the 
Beach MaU Ice Skating Studio. Call 421-3741 or 499- 
4004 for more infOrnution. 

Open Dally Admission only 50( Skate Rental only 40C 




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Because nxmey has some very practical 
applications. 

It can get thirds done for you. 
Make things nappen for you. And the 
truth is,theniore of it you have, the more 

you can do. 

Which is where your United 
Virginia banker conies in. 

United Virginia banfcere lend 
more mctfiey than aiiy other financial 
institution in the state. We lend money 
to businesses. As well as individuals. 

And we do it through 165 offices 
in 70 cities and towns. 

The same expertise in money 



lending and management that we apply 
to large corporate accounts is available 
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banker will always s^ yes. Sometimes, 
as hard as it is, the best answer is no. 

But because we're big and we 
know our business, United Virginia will 
always be consistent. And even in our 
neighborhood offices, youll be able to 
draw from the strength and know-how 
of our entire, statewide system. 

So whether it's a simple loan, a 
savings plan or financing for your busi- 
ness,we do it. And we do more of it than 
anybody in Virginia. 

And with that kind of size and 
service pur United Virginia banker can 
assure you that when it comes to money, 
you will never have to face it alone. 



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Veterans 

Day 
ceremonies 

Veterans Day will be observed In 
Tidewater Nov. 11 with all area cities 
participating in the Veterans Day Pa- 
rade in Norfolk and a service at 
Woodlawn Memorial Gardens. . 

The parade will leave the Jaiial 
shopping Plata at 9:30 a.m. Thurs- 
day and proceed across Virginia 
Beach Boulevard east on the feed- 
er road to the front gate of Wood- 
lawn Gardens. 

The parade and service will be 
comprised of several bands, led by 
the Continental Army Band from Fort 
Monroe, and will include local high 
school and junior high school march- 
ing bands from Lake Taylor High 
School; Churchland High School ; 
KempsviUe High School; Ruflner Jun- 
ior High School; and Plaaa Junior 
High School. 

There will be representation from 
all branches of the Armed Forces 
as well as suw»rt from all of the 
veterans organiMtions of the Tide- 
water area and many other patriotic 
groups, including the National So - 
Journers, Inc.; Princess Anne County 
Militia; Boy Scouts; and Girl Scouts. 
Also participating will be Senior 
POTC units from Old Dominion U- 
niversity and Norfolk State College 
as well as junior ROTC units from 
Great Bridge High School; Lake Tay- 
lor High School; Frank W.Cox High 
School; Princess Anne High School; 
Granby High School; Floyd E. Kellam 
High School; Churchland High School; 
Bayside High School; Bayside Junior 
High School; Booker T. Washington 
High School; Norview High School; 
Maury High School; KempsyUle High 
School; Manor High School; First Co- 
lonial High School; De^ Credc High 
School; and Indian River High School. 
Also the "United States" Float from 
Naval Air Rework Facility. 

The police honor guards from Vir- 
ginia Beach, Chesapeake and Ports- 
mouth will also participate in the 
parade with numerous local city of- 
ficials. „, ^ 
Representing Chesapeake wUl be 
Vice Mayor Hugo A. Owens; Council-, 
men W. P. Clarke Sr. and Edward 
B. Spears and Chief Roland A. La- 
koskl. „-.-^.• :■ .'■ 

Mayor Richart J. Davis and CWrf 
E. Ronald Boone wUl represent Ports- 
mouth. , 
Guest speaker and grand marshal 
will be Andrew P. Miller, attorney 
general of Virginia. 

This Veterans Day parade and ser- 
vice has been listed as a Bicenten- 
nial event in the Bicentennial Calen- 
dar and is the only one of Its kind 
in NorfoUi, Chesapeake, and Virgin- 
ia Beach. Included in tUs service 
will be a flag raising and wreath lay- 
ing ceremony in memory of tlie 99 
men lost at sea aboard the U.S.S. 
Scorpion June 5, 1968. 







A>. aatvHxs tt/t.m. ^ 

Sponsored by Second District 
THE AMERICAN LEGION 



Interviewers 

invading 

Beach 



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Did you vote November 
2? Were you registered but 
did not vote? The Bureau 
of the Census will ask these 
and other question about vot- 
ing activity in the 1976 na- 
tional election of persons 18 
and older in a sample of 
households in the Chesa - 
peake area during the week 
of Nov. 15-20. 

Interviewers who will visit 
houselolds in Chesapeake in- 
clude: Mrs. Mary G. Euler, 
4248 Greenleaf Dr. 

Interviewers who will vis- 
it households in Virginia 
Beach include: Mrs. Anne 
M. Ofelt, ^4 St. Clement 
Rd. and Mrl. Angela A. Cof- 
fleld . 420 AppUn Ave 

JoseiA R. Norwood, di- 
rector of the Bureau's Re- 



gional Office in Charlotte, 
stressed that no questions 
wiU be asked about party 
affiliation or for whom a 
pers(»i voted. The survey 
will provide a profile ci the 
typical American vt^er and 
non-voter: age, sex, resi- 
(tence, education, labor force 
status, and family Income. 

These voting questions are 
in addition to the usual ones 
asked in the noetUy sir- 
vey on employment and un- 
employment conducted na- 
tionwide Iqr the Butmu fbr 
the U. S. oiqnrtment of La- 
bor. 

Information supf^ed ^in- 
dividuals participating intbe 
survey is k^ strictly eon- 
fldoitial by law aad tto re- 
sults are used only to com- 
pile statiitical toUls 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



FRAMK E. BUTLER HI, Escheator 

fbr the City of Virgiida Betdi 

IM RE: Vtrifflu PrrawrUes 

CERTIFICATE .^ ^ 

This is to certify that on October 13. 1976 at 10:00 
AM in the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Baack, 
Vlrgliilt. an inquest was held to <»et»"^ " » ~*J*?* 
piece or parcel of land had escheated tf »«»^,'»«- 
wetlth oTvirtlnia. The verdict at said lajpest was 
that tbe fbUowtaf real property had escheated to the 
Commonwealth rf Virginl* from tte estate of Helen 

*^*WtoSltS" in Viittala Beach. Virginta taown 

as aU that certain lot. piece or parcel of und ^th 

the boUdings and improvements thereon, and the 

appurtenances thereunto beloning, sitmte In the 

City Of VirgtaU Beach. Virginia and destenated as 

LOU 4.5.6,7?8,9,10, 14, 15. and ". ^ Bl^Jon^e 

Plat of Pecan Gardens as stown in Map Book 7 page 

City of VlrginU Beach, Vir^la and designated 
M LiSs 4,?6.7.8,9, 10. 14 15, and 16, in Block 
3 on the Plat of Pecan Gardemi as stown in M^ 
Book 7 at page 70. which said plat is recorded 
in the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach. Virginia. 
Witness the foUowH* signature and sefl this 88nd 
day of Oct(*er, 1978. 

VBS-ll/ lO. 11/n. li/M. "/Ol - 4t 

INVITATION TO BID 
for 
THE CONSTRUCTION OP 
GREEN RON HIGH SCHOOL 
SCHOOL BOARD OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

Scaled bids in duplicate for the constmcUon <rftte Green 
Run High School, Virginia Beach. Virginia ,^.»>ere- 
ceived at the Board Room of the Sdwol Administra- 
tion Building, Municipal Center, Virginia Bench, Virginia 
ontil 3!«IP.M. local prevaUing time. Wedmssday. De- 
cember 15, 1976. then publicly opened and read aloud. 

Bidding documents consisting of Drawings and l^^ifl- 
catlons may be obtained from the Office of WiUlams 
and Taiewell A AssocUtes, Inc., Architects, 2M 40th 
Street, Virglnta Beech, Virginia. Requests for Draw- 
Iocs and Speclficatlrais shall be accompanied by » d*- 
pMlt check of One Hundred Seventy-FiveDoUars(|175.00Y 
per set, made payable to Williams and Taiwrell * 
Associates, Inc. Documents will be forwarded shlppl^ 
charfes collect. Refunds shaU be hahdled as specified 
under "Instructions to Bidders". 
Dr. E. E. Brickell 
Division Superintendent 
Virginia Beach City Public Schools 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 23456 



VBS 11/10 It 




NOTICE OF PUBUC HEAHOfG 

The Vliginia Beach Board of Zoning Appeals wIU eon^ct , 
a Public Hearing on Wednesday, December 1, 1976, 
at 7-30 P.M. in the Circuit Cmirt Roonj #6, City Hall. 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. Tbe following applications will 
appear on the agente. _. 

l!^^»«. to^Jlarau G. 1)ragtt ^J^Jl^ i 

(» iw"^' is if^red ^m|^toM^iSi*»W^ 
Lot 531, Sectlm 2, Part 2, Brfeadoon, 5S«lheChon- 
anchy Street. Kempsville Borough. 

2. Kempar, Inc. by Marcus G. Dragas retmests a var- 
iance of 5 feet to a 25 foot front yard setback instead of 
30 feet as reqaired (from Lynnhaven Parkway) on Lot 
530, Section 2, Part 2, Brlgadoon, 5325 MacChonancy 
Street. Kempsville Bonragh. 

3. Frederidt K. and Rose Marie Martin request a var- 
iance of 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 
10 foet as required on Lot 647, SectiM 6, MaUba, 
3536 SnguU Road. Lynnhaven Borough. ^ .. . ^ 

4. GtyBumer O'Henl requesU a variance of 13 f^ 
to a 17 tbot front yard setback instead ofSOfaeta 
required (porch) m Lot 1, Block 5. Section 10, Ara- 

ra Village, S7S Rose Marie Avenue. Bayside B<Nrougb. 
Eugene M. Levin and Wilbur C. Allen reipiest a var- 
iance of 4 feet to a 6 foot side yard setback indeed of 
10 f^ as required and of 5 feet to a 40 foot building 
heigM instead of 35 feet in building height as allowed 
on Lot 3, Block 19, Section D, Cape Henry, 7806 Ocean- 
front. Lymdiaven Borough. .... 
. Larch requests a variance of 2 feet to an 
^^^ yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
. side-fireplace) on Lot 13, Section 2, Bradford 
jce, 4853 S. Oliver Drive. Bayside Borough. 
,. Vernon Stewart requests a variance of 70 square 
feet of sign area to a total of 1(K square feet of sign 
area instead of 32 square feet of sign area as allowed 
(m a Lot, Virginia Beach, 212 17th Street. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

8. Mrs. Nancy B. Wdler requests a variance of 5 
feet to a 5 fO(rt side yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required (Sooth pn^ierty line) and of 10 feet to a 10 
foot side yard ad^cent to a street (Aqua Avemie) 
instead of 20 feet as required of Lots 10 and 20, Block 
17A, Cnntan Beach, 700 South Atlantic Avenue. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

9.Shack, Inc. by AsUoo H. Pnlly, Jr.. Attorney, re- 
quests a variance of 29 parking spaces to "0" on site 
perking spaces Imteed of 29 parting spaces as re- 
quired for a two story addition on Part of Lot 17. 
Block 31, Virginia Beach, 218 17th Street. Virginia 
Betck Borough. 

10. John D. Mltehell requests a variance of 3 feet to a 
3 fbot side yard setback (both sides) instead of 6 feet 
as previously granted by the Board of Zoning ^Nwtls 
and to allow parking in the required front yard set- 
back where prohibited on L(4s 11 and 13, Block 23, 
Virginia Beech Devel(9inent, 311-313 16Ui Street. 
VirgiMa Beach Borough. 

11. Bay Cove Seafood Whari by BUly D. Williams, Pre- 
sid«rt, requests a variance of 10 feet to a "0" side 
yard adjae«it to a street (Fentress Avenue) instead of 
10 feet as retptired of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 38, 39, * 40, 
BIoA 7, Chesapeake Beach, 4536 Ocean View Avenue. 
BnysMe Bwoup. 

12. William Earl Lndwlck requests a variance of 10 
foot side yard setback from tbe west property line and 
ofSfMtoaHfootside yard seOiadc fnnB tbe east 
iHvperty line Instead of 20 fert as required of Parcel 
t, Subdlviskm of Pnqierty of Virginia F. Elswl^. 
Sbenstone Court. Bayside Borough. 

131 Robert L. Ca«» requests a variance (rf 5 feet to 
a 45 loot froM yard setback instead itf 50 feet as re- 
qdred and of 10 fMt to a 10 foot side yard s^mdc 
Instend of «) feet as required (north property Une- 
carport) on a Parcel 0.99 acres, North Landing, Roate 
2, Boi 2407, North Landing Road. Prinwss Ame Bor- 
ongk. 

14. Weatlwr Makers, Inc. by William L. Hendricks, 
PresMot, requests a variance of 25 feet to a 10 foot 
troA yani setback instead of 35 feet as recpired iA 
sax B, Kenpi^ttle Plasa South, 5250 Challedon Drive. 
KrapsvUle Borough. ^ „ ^^ . 

IS Join W. Brown requests a variance of 7 feet to a 
\% foot mt yard instead of 20 feet as required (north 
stde-datoehed buUdiag) on Parcel C, Pungo, Roitfe 
1. va% PriKeas Auw Road. Pungo Borough. 
ALL APPLKANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD 

W. L. Towrs , 

SecMtery 

VlS-ll/10, 11/17 2t 



LEGAL NOTICE 

Take notlee that tn November 15, 1976 at 10:00 AM 
at the ifferalses of Tidewater AMC/JEEP. 3152 VirginU 
Beach Blvd. Virginia Beach, Virginia 23452, tto under- 
staned wUl sell at piMic auction, for ca^, reserving 
onto Itself the right to bid, the followtag motor v^cles. 



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1974 Dodge Van 
1978 Je« 

1975 Jeep 

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1974 CMC 

1976 HONDA 
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1976 AMC 



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1969 AMC 
1976 Honda 
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1976 Honda 
1973 Chevrolet 

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ADVERTISEMENT FOR BHSS 
The Scho(d Board of the City of Virginia Beach, Owner, 
will receive sealed Uds for providbg afr conditioning 
for the cafMerIa and library at Arrowhead Elementary 
School for the School Board of the City of Virginia 
Beach, Virginia Beadi, Virginia, to be received by E.E. 
Brickell, Sqwrintendent at the office of Schod Ad- 
ministration BuildUiK, Princess Anne Station, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, untu 2:00 o'clock p.m. November 24, 
1976, and then at said office publicly opened and read 
aloud. 

The Infornuition for Bidders, Form of Bid, Form of 
Contract, Plans, Specifications, and Forms of Bid Bond, 
Performance and Payment Bond, and other contract 
documents may be oamined at the following: 

a. Builders and Contractors Exchange, Norfolk, 
Virginia. 

b. Do(%e Plan Rooms, Norfolk, Virginia 

Copies may be obtained, at the office of Vansant k Gus- 
ler, Inc., Consulting Engineers, located at Colley Avenue 
and 46th Street, Norfolk, Virginia 23508 upon payment 
of $10.00 for eae^ set. 

Tbe Owner reserves the right to waive any infor- 
malities or to reject any or all bids. 

Each bidder must deposit with his bid, security in 
tbe amount, form, and subject to the cooditiou^ piv- .. 
videfl ^t^«;|i|iq#l^ .aotidtn 

Btdditrs afe ^uiT^ liiidiS- Title 54, Chapter 7, Code 
of Virginia, to show evidence <A certificate odF i^gis- 
tration before bid may be received and considered on 
a goienl or sid>-contract ai |20,000.00 or more. The 
Bidder shall place on the outside of the envelope con- 
taining Us Ud and In his Md over his signature the fol- 
lowbig notation: Registered Contractor, Virginia No. 

No Udder may withdraw bis bid within 45 days after 

the aetnl date of the opening thereof. 

BY ORDER OF THE SCHOOL pOARD 

CITY OF VntGDOA BEACH 

EDWARD E. BRICKELL 

SUPERQfTSNDENT 

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ORDER 
VIRGIHIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OFTHE 

cmcorr court of the 
CITY of vmowiA 

BEACH. ON THE 5th DAY 

of November, 1976. 

In r«: Adoption of Barrie 

Lee Hanson, Jr. 

By; Helmiek J. Benton, et 

ux 

Petitioners 

To: Barry Hanson 

6917 Varnum Strert 

Landover Hills, Maryland 

In Chancery 

«C76-S63 
TUs day came Helmiek 
J. Benton and DAra Lee 
Benton, Pditioners, and 
reiHivsented that tbe object 
of tUs proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named Infant, Barrie 
Lee Hanson, Jr., by Hel- 
miek J. Benton and Debra 
Lee Boiton, husband and 
wife, and affi<tavit having 
been made and filed that 
Barry Hanson, a natural 
parent of said child, 
is a -non-resident of the 
State of VirglttU, the last 
' known post office address 

being: 6917 Varnum Street, 
Luidover Hills. Maryland 

It is therefore Ordered that 
the said Barry Hanson ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
puUication of tUs Order 
and indicate Us attitude 
toward the pressed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect Us 
interest in tUs matter. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
AlanS. Mlrman 
1106 First L Merchants 
BankBldg. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23514 

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CHANGES ARE MADE IN DETraMINATlONS OF 
WRGnaA BEACH. VIRGINU, BASE FLOOD 

On June 25. 1976. at 41 F.R. 26418, the Federal In- 
sumce Administrator published a list «' commiml- 
ttes with Special Flood Rasard Areas. The list inclwied 
Flood Insurance Rate Maps for portions of Virginia 

The Federal Insurance Administratw, Department of 
Housing abd Urban Dev^opmeU, has determined that 
it is appropriate to modify the elevatimis of the flood 
having a oiie-perc«it chance of occurraice in any 
givw year (base flood) tor calaln kxatUaul in Vii^to 
Beach. TTie new elevations are currently In enect; 
thn amend the FIA Flood Insurance Rate Map for the 
commUitty wUch was In etfect prior to ttis d^r- 
mlnatloii. A revised rate map will be published as 
soon M pMsible. 

The cinnges are made pursuanj to &wtion 2M trf tte 
Flood Disaster Protection Act of 1973 (P.t. 93-234), 
and ire In accorttonce with the Nattonal Flood tauirtnce 
Act of 1968, as amended, (Tttle ]im of the Housiiig. and 
ul« ^io^ent Act k\m. P.L. 90.448) 42 O.S.C. 
4001-4ia, and 24 CFR Part 1916. 
Und*r Hie above-mentioned Acts of IMS md 1973, 
the Adm&iMrator must develc^ criteria tor flood pmn 
manttoaent. In order tor tbe community tp partici- 
pate In the Nattonal Flood Insurance Program, tbe 
eomv&itty will be using the new elevations to ad- 
mlnider tte flood plain management measure of the 
National Flood Insurance Program. TOmo modified 
elevattoos wfll also be used to calculate t^«*pn>- 
priate flood Insunnce premium rates for new buildings 
and their coUeots and for the second layer of insur- 
ance on extoUng bnlldli^s and coirtente. ^ ^^ ^_^ , 
UsoB priiUeiAton of this determination in the Federal 
RM^er, My person has 90 days In wUcH he lan re- 
mSi thro«» the CUef ExecnUve Officer i^^ com- 
moUty flttt the Federal Insurance AdmiUsfrator re- 
consider the detwininatton. Any request for reconsi- 
deratton most be based on knowledge <A changed coodl- 
tlMS or ae* sciotific or technical d^. All interested 
parties are on noUce that nntU the 90-daV period eU- 
MM the 4(bilnistrator's deterinlnation to modify base 
flood elevations may HseU be cbaflged. ^ 
Any person having knowle(^ or wl^ii« to comment 
on tlMse chni^es shonkl immediately notify: 
Mr. Reeves E. Joiuson 
Aettog Director „ 

Department of Pritlic Works 
City of Virginia Beach 
Mwicipal Center 
Virgtala Beach, Vir^nla 23456 
Also, at tU» lacatioo is the map showtog the mw bew 
flood elevrtfcins. This imp U a aw of tte <»e »*» »«J 
be Printed. The namerous dMges mate In tte base 
flood elevations on tte VlrglUa^ch Flood ^r^ 
Rate Hap main tt ndaWstratlvely UifMsible to publish 
in tUs entice aU of tte hue flood elevattai changes 
coirtataed i» tte Virginia Beedi map. 
J. Rotert Huiter 

Aclii« Fateral InsoraMe Administrator 
By Rid«rd W. Krinun 
Assistant A^ilnistrator for Flood Insunnce 

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ORDQl OF PUBLICATKHil ' 

In tte Cleric's CMBce of tbf 

Circuit Court of tte Clt} 

of Virginia Beech, VA, oi .' 

the 3rd day of Ntvemter, . 

1976. 

Edward Ray DIckerson, 

Plaintifl, 

aplttst 

Janrt Marie Dickerson, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce t : 
vtoeulo matriBKHiii from., 
tte said defoidant, upontte;. 
grounds of one (1) vear .; 
sqiaratton. 

And an affidavii teving, 
been made and filed ttet. ; 
tte defendant is a non-re-- - 
sident of the State of Vfr- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address toing: 1921 
Bunker, Kansas City, Kan-r 
sas, it is ordered that ste ' 
do appear tere withfti ten: 
(10) days aflerdoepuuica- 
ti(» tereof, and do wtet,. 
may te necessary to pro-' 
tect her interest in this '. 
suit. 

A oiw-Teste: Jote V.'^ 
Fentross 

By; J. Curtis Fruit, De-'; 
poty. Clerk. 
Bruce B. MUls 
4145 VirginU Betcb Bou 
levard 
Virginia Bea<^; VA 23452,'. 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
In tte Clerk's Office of tte 
Circuit Crart of tte City 

i97«: '■ -„, .^. ,,'^, 

Patricia Ami Belins, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gerald David Helms, 

Def^n^mt. 

Tte object of this mit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, qxn 
the gnrands of separatton 
in esceas of one year. 

And an affidavit tevli« 
bew made and filed ttet 
tte defndant dae dtUgM- 
ce has been used by or in 
oehalf tA tte Comi^inurt 
to ascertain in which coun- 
ty or cmpontton tte de- 
fndant is, wltlirat Meet, 
the last known post itffice 
address teii«: 792 Crepe 
Myrtle Late, Virginia 
Beach, VA it is ordered 
ttet he do appear tere 
wttUtt t« (10) days after 
doe pifldleania hereof, and 
do wtet .may te necessary 
to (ffotecC Us interest In 
tUssutt. 

A copy-T«ste: Jote V. 
Fetfress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Rhodes ft Watson 
228 N. Lynnteven Road 
Virginia Beadi, Va. 

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ORDER '-' 

VIRGINIA: IN THE"*-; 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF. 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF; 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA;. 
BEACH. OH THE 5THDAY:' 
OF NOVEMBER. 1976. 
In r«: MoffHan of Loren ; 
Shea Armstrong '.r, 

By: Les Jote LeClair and,, 
Patricia Sue LeClair 
Petittoners :;^ 

To: Samud Rotert Arm-;, 
strong 
.3750 8a|«idewalk, Apt. 2 t 



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ORDER OF PUBLICA'nON 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Ciroutt Court of tte City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

tte ^ day of Novemter, 

1976. 

CharlM A. Cole, 

Platotlfl. 

against 

June H. Cole, 

Defendant. 

Tte dftject of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et ttero from tte said 
defendant, qxm tte grounds 
of desertton. 

And u affidavit teving 
been m«ie and filed ttet 
the ddMdant Is a non-re- 
sident of tte State <^ Vir- 
ginia, tte last taiown post 
office address teing: 1420 

lid Avenue, N.E.,Modttrie 
Georgia, tt is iHtlered ttet 
ste do appear tere wtthin 
ten (10) days aS«-doepd>- 
licatloo tereirf, and do wtet 
may te necMttry to pro- 
tect her tatemt in tUs 
s^. 

A eopy-Teste: Jdm V. 
fmtxtss 

By: J. Curtis Fmtt, De- 
p^ Clerk. 
Brydns. aU atty 
lS69Laikin Rand 
Virginia Beeeb, VA 
23«1 

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In Chancery 

#C76-1730 
This day came Les Jote 
LeClair and Patricia Sue. 
LeClair, Petittoners, and 
represented that tbe object:; 
of this proceeding is to ef- ; 
feet the adqption of the 
above named infant, Loren,'. 
Shea Armstrong, by Les., 
J(to LeClair and Ptf rieUU 
Sue LeClafr, husband and : 
wiffe, and affidavit teving 
beoi made and ffied ttet:^; 
Samuel Rotert Armstrong, - 
a natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resident'.: 
of tte State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address teing: 3750 Bay-: 
side walk, Ai)t.2,SanDiego 
CaliforUa It Is therefore ; 
Ordered tl^ tt» nid^- 
uel Rotert Anttstrong ap- 
pear before tUs Court : 
within ten (10) days after 
publicatton of tUs Order 
and indicate his attitude:, 
toward the proposed adop-',' 
tlon, or (Aterwlse do irhat-' 
Is necessan to i»roteet Us.: 
interest in ibis matter. 
A e(q>y-Teste: Jote V. '• 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtta Fruit, D.C. : 
Ttemas B. anMeworth 
211 PembrokeThree 
Virglnta Beadi, Va. 

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ORDER 
VIRGINU: IN THR'. 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF- 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON TBE 3rd 
DAY 0FN0V£MBER.1976, ; 
In re: Adc^loo of Mlcteel 
Joseph Kelly,te infant, wbd 
Joins to sa)d P^ion at- , 
presstog Us consent to tte , 
adoptton : ^ 

By: Fred Hal Fleming and-. 
Elisabeth Mae Fleming „ 
Petitifwers 

TO: Martin Patrick Kelly 1 
1819 Butler Cirde, CouUftJ 
(rf(^tow 
Midway Park, NC 

to Chaaeeiy ',; 
•C76-1387 -.. 
TUs day came Fred HU. 
Flemii« and Elisabeth Mu;; 
Flemtog. Pettttoen, and | 
r^^«sMted ttet toe <*Jed:.. 
<a tUs proceedtag to t^; 
effed tte adopUm (rt ^ 
atove named lidul.Ml(±-' 
ael Jos^ Ktily. by Fred ; 
Hal K'inning and Euatwa^ 
Mae Flemtog, bariiand and/ 
wife, and affidavtt tev^, 
bea made ud filed ttef,. 
Martto l^trick KeUy. ai 
neural pamt of saM child ; 
U a nM-resid«tf of tto- 
State of Virgtota, the last , 
known post office address. 



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being: 1819 Butler Circle, 
County of Onslow, Midway 
Park, North Carolina It 
is therefore Ordered that 
the said Martin Patrick 
Kelly appear before this 
Court vitbln ten (lO) days 
after pablicatlonof this Or- 
der and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Thomas F. Betz, Jr. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Bmch, Va. 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Cleric's Office of the 
Circuit Covrt of the City 
o( Virginia Beadi, VA, on 
the 4th day of November 
1976. 
. Wendy Jean Gluvna Hart- 
Plaintiff, 
against 

iiitcb Edward Hartman, 
Ddendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, upon the 
gnonds of one year s^ 
aration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
i!t» defendant is a ncm-re- 
sUeot ^ the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: R. D. 
«4, City of Bedford, SUte 
of Pennsylvania, it is or- 
dered that he do sppear 
here within ta (10) days 
after due publintlon here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
pnty. Clerk. 
Sacks, Sacks k Tavss 
405 F ft M Kattonal Bank 
Bldg. 
^ Norlblk. Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

in the Cleric's Office of the 

Circuit <k«rt of the City 

of Tindnk Beach, .VA, on 

the Isroy of November, 

1976. 

St^en William Haley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Dtlen Forbes Haley, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro or a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, iqxm the 
groimds of desertion and or 
adultery since December 
1, 1975. 

And an affidavit havii^ 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a ncm- 
resident of theStateof Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Rt. 
2, Box 1596, Crestwell, 
North Carolina, 27928 it Is 
ordered thtt she do ap- 
pear here within ten (10) 
days after due publieaticm 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy'-Teste: J<*n V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
R(^rt Epstein 
Holiday Inn Soqw 
Suite 311 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER I, 

In the cxmmtmm W the 

Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA, on 
the 13th day of October, 
lSf76. 

Frances Terra Middleton, 
PlaintUt, 
against 

Richaiti Lawrence Middle- 
ton, 
Difendant. 

The (^ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
^id defendant, upon the 
iprounds of constructive de- 
strtlon. 
A 'And an affidavit having 
b^n made and tiled that 
m defendant is a oon-re- 
^oft of the a^ecrf Vir- 
ata, the last known post 
dUce address being: c/o 
l^stal Restaurant, Ellis 
AVenue, Jackson, Miss- 
i#li^. it is ordered that 
h^ do aniear here within 
t# (10) days after due pub- 
Ueatira hereof, and do what 
rily be Mccssary to pro- 
tect his interect tt ttls 
sttt. 



A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 

Fine, Fine, Legum ft Fine 
720 Law Building 
Norfolk, VirginU 23510 

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11/10 • 4t 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of VirginU Beacb,Va. 
on the 12th day of Octo- 
ber, 1976. 

Bobbie Faye Cartwright 
Itevis, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Henry Alexander Davis, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain an annulment or in 
the alternative a divorce 
a vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of under the Sgeof 
consent/one year separa- 
tion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and tiled that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: D. C. 
No. 050763, D^Mrtment of 
Offender Reh«blliUtion, P. 
0. Drawer 1072, Arcadia, 
Fliwlda 38821 it is order- 
ed that he do a^iear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Cifftis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. , 
Donald E. Lee, Jr. 
2625 Princess Anne Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23456 

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ORDER OF PUBLKATION 

In the Clerk's (Wiee of the 

Circuit Court of the Ctty 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 15th day of October, 

1976. 

Gonlon C. Perkins, 

Ptaintltt, 

against 

Rebteea L. Perkins, 

Defendant. 

The <«ject of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one yrar sepa- 
ration. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and Hied that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 777 
W. Lancaster Road, Apt. 
46C, OrUndo, Florida 
32809 it U ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) days after doe pub- 
lication here(rf, and do what 
.jnay be necessary to pro- 
'tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Cleric. 
Calvin H. Childress 
533 Newtown Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23462 

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11/10-41 



CRDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
city of Virginia BMch, Va, 
OB the VKOl day of Octo- 

bwr'iyw."' "' "*' T*^; 

Larry L«Q«^i^m. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Bonnie Fay Croom, 

Defendant. 

the object of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant; qponthe 
grounds of desertion. 

And an aill<bvit having 
been made and filed that 
Oie defoidant dne diligence 
has been by or in brtalf 
of the Q>mplainant to as- 
certain in irtiich comdy or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 1824 North Stream- 
line Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
she do aivear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
FentrMS 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Thomas W. Goodnian,Jr. 
3284 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard 

P.O. Box 2195 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
234S2 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beac|i, Va.' on 
the 12th day of October, 
1976. 

James A. Robida, 
fllalBtlfl, 

iBUda R. Robida, 
Defendant. 

The (Aject of this Suit 
is to oMain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the saidd^enctant, upon the 
grounds of one year's 
separatton 20-91 (9). 

And an affidavit bavtoig 
be«i nade and fitod that 
the defendant Is a non-re- 
sUeitf of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address betag: 4358 
Timuquaia Road, Jackson- 
viUe, Florida, 32210 it is 
ordered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after dne i»MlGttl«here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to proMethw in- 
terest in this soft. 
A ovy-Teste: Jota V. 
Fentreu 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Philip G Denman 
3330 Paciflc Avenue 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23451 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, VA, 

on the 26th day of Octi^r, 

1976. 

James Richard Rower, 

Plaintifi, 

against 

Betty Marie Giiter Rowe, 

Defendant. 

The (rt>]ect of this suit 
is to (Main a divorce a 
vbicnlo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, i^on 
the grounds of separation 
for a period in excess on 
one year without inter - 
roption. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the ante of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address b^ng: flSS 
Church Street, Indian, Pen- 
nesylvania, 15701. it is or- 
dered that she do appear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due pabll(»tion here- 
of , liiid do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: i. Cartis Fmlt, De- 
puty, Cleit. 
Thomas F. Betz, Jr. 
Pembndce One-Suite 525 
VirgtaU Beach, Virginia 
23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b the Clerk's Offii»(tf the 

Cireutt Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on 

the 21st day of October, 

1976. 

Kathy White Disney. 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Donald Nelson Disney, 

DeteDdant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii fram 
the said defoidant, upon the 
grounds of constructive de- 
sertion or, in the al- 
ternative, on the grounds 
(^the Ccmifdaiaant and De- 
fendant have lived separate 
and apart for a period of 
mors than one year. 

Md an aftidftvU having 
been made and fUed tiat 
dne dU^nce hu been as - 
ed Iqr or in behalf (tf the 
Coffl^ataant to asMrtain 
in wUdi cooaty or tar- 
porattott die delMtait is, 
withoot ^fsct, the last 
known post office address 
bdnr. 764 Ymeap Road. 
Virginia Beach. Va It is 
ordered that be do ^ipetr 
here vtth ten (10) teys af- 
ter tee p rt >l l cat l on here- 
(^, Md do itat may be 
oecMnry to protect his 
interMt in this suit. 
A (»pr-l«st*- J<^ V. 
Fe^vss 

BY: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
David D. IMckerson 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virgtata Beach. Va. 23462 

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11/24 tt 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b tte Cleric's Office of the 

Cireutt Court d the City 

of Vi^^ Beadi Va., on 

thtf IKb (by of October, 

1976, 

Robert Alan MacPherson, 

Plalntltf, 

againd 

Rita Maria End M Mac- 

PhhrsoBi 

Di^ndant. 

The (»ject (rf this sutt 
is. to ottate a divorce a 
messa M thoro tttm the 
sild dtfendant. qwn the 
grounds of D«serti(». 

And an affidavit having 
been ttaOt and filed that 
the defHMlitt is a Bon-re- 
sident of <iM SUte (« Vir- 
ginia, the It^ known post 
office address beiai: Co- 
lon 1145, 34S0 Com Cor- 
rtcntes. ArgeirtinaSadAm- 
erlca it U ordered that 
she do appear here irtthin 
ten (10) days afterdnepiri>- 
licatlon hereof, uiddowhat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tea her interest in this 
soft. 

A copy-Teste: John V. Fen- 
tress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
A. Joe Canada 
4336 VirginU Beach Blvd. 
Virgil^ Beach, VA 

VBS 10/27, 11/3, 11/10. 
11/17 41 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
Inthe Cleric's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of VirginU Beach, Va. on 
the 20Ui day of Oct(d)er, 
1976. 

Deborah Sue MankU How- 
aoa, 

Plaintiff, 
against 

WillUm FrankUn How- 
son, Jr., 
Defendant. 

Thn ol^ect of thU suit 
is to obtaU adivorceavU- 
culo miatrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and tiled that 
the defendant U a non-re- 
rideat of ^M «ate of Vir^ 
dala, the last known post 
^(i address b^: 640 
Gladstone, Columbos. 
Indian it U ordered that 
he do ^ipear here witUa 
toi (10) days after dne 
pdbUeation hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect hU interest in thU 
sntt. 

A copy-Teste John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
noty, Clert. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Gra^ Street 
Norfolk, Va. 

vBs-io/r;, 11/03, ii/io 

11/17 - « 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 
U tiie Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Coort tA tte City 
(A VirginU Beach, Va., on 
tte 19tt day of October, 
1976. 

Terry L. HeCreary, 
PUUtiff, 



against 
Janet. 



Janel. McCreai?, 
Defendant, 

The (d)ject of thU suit is 
to (AtaU a divorce a vtn- 
cnlo matrimomii from tte 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year coa- 
anooos and unUtermpted 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte detaMtairt U a noa-re- 
sideirt of tteSUte(rfVir• 
gUU, tte Ust known post 
(^ce address being: 1407 
WoodbUe Avone, nwc - 
vllle, TeBBMsee S7917 It 
U ordwed that she do 
appear here withU tw {10) 
days after dne puUteaooa 
hereof, and do i^t nayhe 
necessary to protect her 
interest U thU suit. 
A cc^y-Teste: idba. V. 
FentreM 

By: J. CurtU Frutt, De- 
poty, Cleit 
AlnH.AdUas 
S06 Ezecattire B1(U. 
Rorfblk, Va. 23502 ^ 

VBS 10/27, 11/03, 11/10, 
11/17 4t 



QSCDZA OF PUBLICATfOli 

U tte Clerk's Office of 

tte Circuit Court e/l tte 

Ctty of Virginia B^ch, Va. 

OB the 13tt day of October 

1976 

EbDCrSlehaniGm. 

PUitftfi, 

agahist 

Janet Mary Gill, 

D^eadaitt. 

He object of this sidt 
U to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro to be mer- 
ged Uto an a vittcdo mat- 
rlmimii decree am pro- 
per qqdieattm from the 
said defendant, von the 
grounds of (Usertton. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte defendant U a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
gUU, the last known post 
office address being: 424 
Honeysuckle Rose, Some- 
rset Apt's., Hinsdale, Illi- 
noU, Apt. 108. it Is order- 
ed that she do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 



due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Frutt, De- 
puty, Clerk 
James A. Gorry, HI 
P.O. Box 626 
VirginU Bea(di, VA. 

VBS-10/20, 10/27. 11/3, 
11/lO.iil 



VIRGINIA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT C^URT 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GINU BEACH Oct. 18, 1976 
IN RE: JAMES M. JOR- 
DAN, JR., 
DECEASED 
SHOWCAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTION 

CP #4355 
It qipcaring ttat a re^ 
port of tte accoattU<^ Vir- 
ginU National Bank, Exe- 
cutor oftteEsUteof James 
M. Jordan. Jr., Deceased, 
and of the deMs apd de- 
mands agaUst tte esUte 
has beenfiledUtheClerk's 
Office, and that sU months 
have eUpsed slace tte 
qualification, on motion of 
tte personal rquresenU - 
lives tt U ordered that 
tte creditors of, and all 
otter interested in tte es- 
Ute show cause on tte19tt 
day of November, 1976, 
before thU Court at tts 
courtroom against tte pay- 
ment and delivery of the 
esUte to tte legatees wltt- 
out requlringi refunding 

'*°^!^ipto^4t^f 

tte toregoiig portton of 
ttis order be publUhed 
(Mice a week |or four suc- 
cessive wecdu In tte Vir- 
gida Beach |San, a news- 
paper publUhed U tte City 
of VirginU Beach. 
VirginU. 

A copy-Teste John V. 
Fentress 

VBS 10/21f.ll/03. 11/10. 



1 

ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, Va. on 

the 8th day of October, 

1976. 

Robert Frank Ward, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Alice Evelyn Briggs Ward, 

Defendant. 

The object of ttis suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: North 
Armance, North Hampton 
County, Lesake, New Jer- 
sey, it is ordered that she 
do appear here within ten 

110) days after due pub- 
ication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Glenn B. McClanan 
425 South Witibduck Road 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

VBS 10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 
11/10 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of VirginU Beach, Va. on 

tte 20tt of October, 1976 

Deborah Jean Spradlin 

SwUher. 

PUUtiff. 

agaUst 

Curtis Wayne Swisher 

Defendant. 

The object of thU suit 
U to obtain a divorce a 
vUculo martrimonil from 
ttie said defendant, iqion 
tte groumU of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
tte defendairt's last known 
post office address Ui25 
- - - - " "tVlr- 



ORDER 
VIRGINU: W THE 
CLERK<S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CTTY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
OH im 21st DAY OF OCT- 
OBER, 1976. 

In re: Adivtlon of ROBERT 
KENNETH WHITBECK.JR. 
By: jniMIE DALE SUM- 
MERBILL AND DIANE 
PERRY SUMMERHILL 
Petitioners 

TO: Robert Kennett WUt- 
bedc,Sr. 

420 Lavender Lane 
VirginU Beach. VirginU 
In Chancery 
C-76-1602 
This daf came JIMMIE 
DALE SUMMERHILL and 
DIANE PERRY SUMMER- 
HILL, Petttloners, and re- 
presented that the object 
of this proceeding U to ef- 
fect tte wkqitlon of the 
above named inUnt, 
ROBERT KENNETH 
WHTTBECK, JR, Iqr JM- 
MIE DALE SUMMERHILL 
and DIANE PERRY SUM- 
MERHILL, husband and 
wife, and affldavtt having 
been made and fUed that 
IK)BERT KENNETH 

WHITBECK,SR., a natural 
parent of said chlM, is a 
non-resident of the State of 
VlrgUla, the last knoira 
pua ORt* address being: 
«tO Uvender Lane, Vlr- 
gUria Beach. VirginU, the 
ComplaUanl to ascertaU 
U wUdt cowty, or dw di- 
ligence having been used 
l9 or la beiialf of Cor- 
poration tte defendant U, 
wlthoat^foct. 

n U tter^>re Ordered 
that the said ROBERT 
KENNETH WHTTBECK, SR 
appear b^re this Conrt 
wtthU ten (10) days after 
p^^iia of tUs Order 
and indicate his atUtnde 
toward the fff(voaed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
U necessary to protect his 
Memt U this matter. 
A om t«*e: Jota V. 
Fortress, Clerk 
By: J, Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Richard S. GUsser 
504 PUsa One ^iildUg 
Norfolk, VlrgUU, 23510 

VBS-11/03, 11/10, 11/17, 
U/Utt 



_at dne diligence has been 
used Iqr and on bdialf of 
tte plaUtiff to ascertaU 
U iliat county or corpora- 
tion tte defendant U. wltt- 
out effect. It U ordered 
that he do appear hero 
WtthU ten (1(Q days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect hU Interest in 
ttU suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty, CUrk. 
puty. Clerk 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

Law Bldg. Suite 350 
147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

VBS-10/27, 11/03, 11/10, 
11/17 - « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

U tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of VirginU Beach, Va. on 

tte IStt day of October, 

1976. 

Rutt W. Clarke, 

PlaUtiff, 

agaUst 

Hardy Sneed, aU, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to ».ppoM a substitute 
trustee. 

And an affidavit having 
be«i made and filed that 
ttero aro or may be per- 
sons Uterested U tte pro- 
perty to be dUposed of, 
whose names are mikaown, 
namely, tte widow and 
heirs, devUees and suc- 
cessors Utitleof Tom Hill, 
who are made parties de- 
fendant by tte general de- 
scr^(» of "tiarties un- 
known.* tt U ordered that 
th^ do vpear here wittU 
ten (10) days after (taiepub- 
licalt(» hereof, awidowhat 
may be necessary to pro- 
ted their Uterest U ttU 
sutt. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Frutt, De- 
puty, CUrk 
J. DavU Reed 
224S Great Neck Road 
VirginU Beach, Va. 
23^1 

VBS-10/20, 10/27, 11/3, 
ll/l0-4t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATIOK 

m the Cleric's Office of tte 

Clreitt Court (rf tte City 

of VirginU Beach, Va., (» 

the 19tt day (d O^ober, 

1976. 

Watter Lee Moon, 

PUiMifi, 

agatact 

Barbura Ann WillU Moore, 

Defendant. 



The object of thu suit is 
to ot^in a divoroe a vU- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of tte parties hav- 
ing remained separate for 
over a year, separation 
havUg occurred on Febru- 
ary 15, 1975. 

And an affidavit having 
l>een made and filed that 
tte defendant is a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
ginU, the last known post 
office address being: Route 
i;. Box 221 DD, Mazville, 
Florida, it is ordered that 
she do aH>ear here within 
ten (10) days afterdae pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her Uterest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JcAn V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Robert L. Gutterman 
24S-A First Colonial Rd. 
VirginU Beach, VA 

VBS 10/27, 11/03, 11/10, 
11/17 4t 



which is also the plaintiff s 
address, it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect his interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: JohnV. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
James A. Gorry 
P.O. Box 626 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23451 

VBS 10/20, 20/27,' U/3, 
U/IO - 4t 



(mm. OF PUBLICATION 

In tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte CUy 

of VirginU Beach, Va., on 

the 29tt day of October. 

1976. 

Richard Elliott Massen- 

burg, 

Plaintift, 

against 

Reba Jean Herring Mas- 

senburg. 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to ObtaU a divorce a 
mensa et ttoro from the 
said d^endant, upon tte 
grounds of desertion on 
the part of the dtfendant. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant U a non-re- 
sident of tte SUte of Vir- 
ginU, tte last known post 
office address being: Route 
1, CUo, AUiama. tt U 
ordered that she do qipear 
here wlthU ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect her 
interMt U thU suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. CurtU Frutt, De- 
puty. Clerk. 
Richard D. Mottox 
P.O. Box 968 
Portsmoatt, VirgUU 
2S70S 

VBS-11/03. 11/10, 11/17, 
11/24 -4f 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

U tte Cleric's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of VirginU Beach, VA, on 

tte Itth day of October, 

1976. 

Evelyn W. WilUe Cason, 

PUintifi, 

against 

Earnest L. Cason, 

Defendant. 

Tte object of thU sutt 
U to oblaU a diraroe a 
mensa et thoro to be mer- 
ged Uto a divoroe a vU- 
culo matrimonii from tte 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year sepa- 
ration. 

And an affidavtt laving 
been made and fUed that (tae 
dU^eoee hu been used by 
or U bdalf of tte Com- 
idaiiant to ascertaU U 
which cBunty or ear- 
poratioo tte defendant is, 
wUbout effect, tte Ust 
kaown post office address 
teiag: 2845 PUewood 
IWw. VlrgtaU Beach, 
VirginU which is tte Ust 
known address we have 
been able to find for him 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
U tte Clerk's Office of 
tte Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, on tte 
18tt day of Octoter, 1976. 
Sarah P. Lewis, 
PUUtiff, 

2;aUst 
elvU H. LewU ft 
The United SUtes of 
America, 
Defendant. 

The (>bject of this suit 
is for the said pUintifi to 
obUU a garaUhment of 
funds, due tte defendant 
ttom the Untted SUtes of 
America based iwon judg- 
ment rendered on March 3, 
1976 U the Circuit Court 
of tte City of VirgUU 
Beach for arrearages U 
child support. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is not a re- 
sident of tte SUte of Vir- 
gUU, tte Ust known post 
office address teing 2028 
CUrk Avenue, Billings, 
Montana. It U ordered that 
MelvU H. Lewis do ap- 
pear here wlthU ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what may 
te necessary to protect 
hU Uterest U ttis suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: tfildred A. Weigand 
neibuerg ana bteU 
MMriM.tt«ln. ^ . ., 
iSOLawBufWttg ^"" *"'* 
Norfolk. Va. 23510 

. VBS - 10/27. 11/03, 11/10 
11/17 - « 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

Ctty of Virginia Beach, Va, 

on the 26th day of October, 

1976. 

Gary Jackson Lucas, 

PUintifi, 

agaUst . I 

RoberU Ellen Lucas, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
U to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavtt having 
teen made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
ginU, the last known post 
office address being: 119 
StanwirStreet, Rome. New 
York, 13440. tt is ordered 
that she do app«ir here 
withU ten (10) days after 
due publication.tereof, and 
do what may b4 Mcessary 
to protect her interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. CurtU Frutt, De- 
puty clerk. 
Osie H. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
VirginU Beach, Virginia 
23454 

VBS 11/03. 11/10, 11/17^ 
11/24 4t ..4 



In Ctencery 
C 76- 1683 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGIHIABEACH 
ON THE 22 DAY (IF OCT- 
OBER, 1976. 

In re: Adoption of Michelle 
Dawn Foss 

By David WiUUm Baker 
ana ChristUe Sue Baker, 
Petittoners 
To: Mr. Nick Seesaw 
Boulder Avenue 
Colorado Springs, Color- 
ado S090O 

This day came David 
WillUm Baker and Chris- 
tine l^e Baker, PttiUoners 
and represented that the 
object of this proceeding 
is to effect tte adoption 
of tlie alwve named infant 
Michelle Dawn Foss, by 
David WillUm Baker and 
ChristUe Sue Baker, bus- 
band and wife, and affi- 
davtt having been made and 
filed that Nick Beesaw, a 
natural parent of said child 
is a non-resident of tte 
SUte of VirgUU, the last 
known post office address 
teing: Boulder Avenue, Co- 
lorado Springs, Colorado 
80900 R Is tteretore Or- 
dered that tte said Nick 
Beesaw appear tefore ttis 
Court WithU ten (lO) days 
after publication of this 
Order and indicate his/ 
attttude toward tte pro- 
posed adoption, or otter- 
wise do wtet is necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this matter. 
A copy teste: 

John V. Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit D.C. 
Thomas H. Cave 
MAHLER ft CAff, ' 
2224 Nortt Great Heck Rd. 
VirginU Beach,' VirginU 
23451 

VBS-11/08, 11/10, 11/17, 
11/24 tt 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
U tte Clerk's Office of the 
Ciroutt Court of tte CUy 
of VirgUU Beach, VA., 
on tte 29tt day of Octoter, 
197t 

John Barttelomew Rodri- 
ei. 



fiez, 
PaUtlfi, 



against 

Carol Mae Rodriques, 

Ddendant. ^ . 

Tte object (tf tt^sait is 
to ObtaU a divoroe a vU- 
cuU BiatrUBonii from tte 
said defendaat, w^ ^^ 
grounds (rf desertiim. 

And an affidavtt teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant is a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
gUia, tte Ust known post 
office address teing: 546- 
5tt Street, East Nortt - 
port, New Yoric, 11731 tt 
tt is ordered that she do 
appear here viU^ ten (10) 
days afi«' due pittUcailoa 
hereot, and do wh^ may 
te necessarv toprotectter 
iirterest U this sdt. 
A copy-Te«te: J(An V. Fen- 
trMS 

BY; J. CurtU Fruit. De- 
puty, Cleric. 
David H. Adams 
P. 0. Box 3434 
Norfolk, Va. 

VBS 11/3. U/W. 11/". 
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A-8-Virgini« Beach !iun, Nov. 10, 1976 





/un/hine 



girl 



By Rod Marin 



Job well done 



Juan Benitez-Torres receives congratulations 




Council 



Police 



Lisa Myers 



Lisa calls herself a "Mooncbild" because of the etfeet 
that heavenly body seems to have upon her. She la 
a cancer. Lisa enjoys fast cars, but also likes UM 
slower pace of Oie mo-peds. And she's a tootbtll 
tkn who think the Dallas Cowboys are number one 
and the Washington Redskins are... She is a graduate 
of First Colonial High School in Virginia Beach. 




Continued from page 1 

acres on the west side of L(Htdon 
Bridge Road 992.63 feet north of Col- 
ony Drive. 

--From R-S residential to B-1 bus- 
iness-residential on 3.605 acres on 
the west side of London Bri(^e Road 
224.03 feet north of Colony Drive. 

—From R-S residential to p-6 res- 
idential on 6.137 acr^s located west of 
London Bridge Road 224.03 feet north 
of Colony Drive. 

Clearing on the 15 acres itarted 
10 weeks ago. 

Spain said the developers were, 
"in a state of shock," that there 
had been violations. 

Kenton Patrick, site engineer said 
he believed that the construction work 
had been approved. 

Hanbury said the canals were ap- 
proved but the destruction of the trees 
was not. 

Patrick said there was "no talk 
about putting the site back in its 
original state but that compensation 
will be made by providing sediment 
control divices." 



Beacher 

named 

manager 

Windollne S. Jurgens of 
513 North Claypool Ct. in 
Virginia Beach has been ap- 
pointed manager of person- 
nel for Montgomery Ward 
at Janaf Shopping Plaza. 

A Montgomery Ward em- 
ployee for 16 years, Mrs. 
Jurgens came to the Janaf 
store as unit store control 
manager in 1971. She was 
promoted in 1973 to invoice 
record manager and held that 
position until she was pro- 
moted to personnel manager. 
As personnel manager she 
will train and hire all store 
personnel. 

Mrs. Jurgens and her hus- 
band Bart have three child- 
ren. 



Benitez saves Navy $62,000 annually 



i^ 



Juan Benitez-Torres of Virginia 
Beach has invented an aluminum pal- ' 
let which is expected to save $62,674 
in annual transportation costs at the 
Norfolk Naval Supply Center. 

Benitex of 329 W. Farmington fl4, 
and originally from Puerto Rico, Is 
a 27-year U. S. Army veteran. Re- 
tiring four years ago as a major 
at Fort Story, he was director of 
industrial operations. 

He has been director of the supply 
center's transportation division, 
freight terminal department, since 
August 1973. Since that time, he es- 
timates that his division has saved 



Cox does well 



about $350,000 in costs by eliminating 
unnecessary equipment and by reduc- 
ing maintenance costs. 

Looking for ways to cut costs is 
part of his managerial duties over 
tte emt«f,^«ISO |(ffU)|t&, ai siJ^f^ 
trucks and other transportation equip- 
ment. But inventions and ideas above 
the usual managerial controls for sav- 
ings warrant special awards under the 
Navy incentive awards program. 

Benitez noted the high costs of mov- 
ing forklifts to the public works cen- 
ter for repair, costs ran at $27 per 
wit, and the annual cost to the supply 
center was $69,600. 



He invented an aluminum pallet which 
is sturdy enough to carry the weight 
of the forklifts, yet light enough for 
operators to handle it. Three of the 
pallets can accommodate two fork- 
li|t§ when th^ *re .positioned cw-. 
reetly on A MndAie truck. Ttie stra- 
ddle truck can pick up and deliver 'the 
forklifts in the same way as any other 
palletized cargo. 

Benitez' pallets have been used suc- 
cessfully by the transportation divi- 
sion since March of this year. The 
initial cost of material for the pal- 
lets was $294. The new annual cost, | 
then, was computed at $6.986--as op- 



posed to $69,600 by the old method. 

In recot ceremonies, Rear Admir- 
al W. M. Oiler, commanUng officei*^ 
presented Benitex wiUi a check for 
$1,015 for Us invention. Under the 
incentive awards program, an ei||ilQy~ 
M Mm $IM for the ftr»t tlO.OOO 
in benefits, plus $5 for each addition- 
al $1,000 or fraction. 

While Benitez is an>reciative of 
the award, he is "much more con- 
cerned about cutting back costs. We 
can always improve systems and re- 
duce expenditures," be said. "It is 
possible, if we in the govemmeot 
aU aork at it." 



Bay side wins band competition 

_. _ . „ ... ..._.. „,u„, . r-i.„. 1... SchooL Chesapeake: 3- Deep Creek High 



By BUD LOWE 
SUN Bands Wnter 



Richmond was the scene of all the 
action for the high school bands and 
drill teams this past weekeml. 

It was Band Day at the University 
of Richmond, and five Tidewater bands 



were present. The Beach was well re- 
presented by Bayside, Cox and Kerops- 
ville High Schools. Cox was the only 
band from the Beach to enter Class 
"A" competition, since Bayside and 
Kempsville were entered in Class"B". 
There were two other high school bands 
from Tidewater entered in Class "B"- 
Gmt Brieve High School and Deep C^k 



High School, from Chesapeake. 

The final standings for the day were 
a surprise to some. In Class "A": 
L-Herltage High School, Lynchburg; 2- 
Coz High School, Virginia Beach; 3- 
Garfield High School, Woodbridge. 

In Class "B": 1-Bayside High School, 
Virginia Beach; 2- Great Bridge High 




I!, 



Bret Steele 



Kevin Hemphl 



John Fueston 



School, Chesapeake; 3- Deep Creek High 
School, Chesape^ake. 

Big winner of the day, from the Beach, 
was Bayside High School. They placed 
first in their division. Reports from 
the other two participating Beach schools 
say this was, by far, one of the best 
performances they have seen Bayside 
display this year. Their drill team is 
the highlight of this unit. They have a 
style that's Bayside's alone. Their girls 
do the chorus-type drlU team— not the 
corps style that most of the local high 
school drill teams use. The rifles for 
Bayside were op to par with the rest 
of the unit, now that they have their rou- 
tine worked out. This is the first year 
for their rifles and they have come a- 
long beautifully. 

The four-man Tuba section- -Steve 
Algueva, William Cronberger, Kenneth 
Pease and Preston Robinson- -did a rou- 
tine that is hard to beat in anyone's book. 

A "well done" is eiteoded to the unit 
from Bayside High School on their suc- 
cessful trip to Richmond. 

Cox High School made sure their pre- 
scence was known by placing second in 
Class "A" compeUtioB. Cooper's tro<v- 
ers are one of the smallest bands in 
the area, but definitely one of the best 
high school bands in the state. A band 
this size you would expect to compete 
in Class "B", but not Cox-they pre- 
fer to fight against the larger units. 
And why not? They can go against any 
of them, large or small, and come out 
in one of the top three places consis- 
tently. Their motto has to be "the 
bigger they are, the more competitive 
we are." Cox's band and drill team 
has a degree of difficulty to their rou- 
tine that only a small group would try. 
They make the hardest routine look sim- 
ple and tave the sound of a l»od twice 
their size. 

Host band for this outing was the Mar- 
ching Band from East Carolina Univer- 
sity. This weekend two of our local 
bands will again take to the road, tra- 
velii^ to Cary, N . C. Princess Anne 
High School and Cox High School wiU 
both be goli« tack after a very b^ 
day there last ymr. 

We wish tbem weU and hope Uielr 
trM> is successful. 



Continued from page 1 ; 

and Uter in the day the driver sur-: 
rendered himself to police. 

A bright spot in the Incitoit noted by 
one police official was that no police 
cars were damaged or officers hurt. 
The worst was a traffic unit which skid- 
ded into a ditch. Recently chases have 
resulted in several heavily damaged 
Vdiicles and injured officers. 



Linda Edge, 
Phillips mairied 

Linda Susan Ei^e of Virginia Bea- 
ch and Michael Allen Phillips, also 
of Virginia Beach, were married Oct. 
29 in ceremonies in Elizabeth City, ^ 
N. C. 

The bride is the daughter of Mr. 
and Mrs. Norman C. Edge of Virgin- 
ia Batch. 

The groom is the son of Mr. ^nd 
Mrs. Harold E. PbUlips of Virginia 
Beach. 

The newlyweds are residing in 
Virginia Beach. 



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Lynnhaven 
shoots down 



Crafton hands off to Curtis Riddick 



SOHpMtm Of BLABt THOlOIAlf 



Bayside wins Regional; 
McDaniels sets record 



By BLAIR THURM AN 

"I r«|Uy don't know what 
rtn capible of," said a tired 
but happy Ray McDaniels, af- 
ter fiod^ out that his Eas- 
tern Regional victory in 
cross country had establish- 
ed a new record. 

McDtniels, who Just last 
week had bested his own dis- 
trict re(*rd by sii seconds. 



ran the Mt. Trashmore 3.1 
mile course In 15:37, tojqjing 
the record set by Lorenzo 
Anderson of Mencbville a 
year ago, by a whopping 15 
seconds. 

McDaniels, who runs for 
Cox High, led his team to a 
third place in the Regional, 
but another Beach team, Bay- 
side, claimed first place, 
.based on placing a high num- 



ber of finisher s near the 
top, as they have done so 
many times before. Alan Buf - 
ton paced the Marlins, fin- 
ishing eighth with a time of 
16:18. 

The States will be held this 
week in Williamsburg, and 
Bufton said he and his team- 
mates hope to finish in the 
top three. 

Also hoping for a good fin- 



ish, is McDaniels, who ran 
in an invitational meet at the 
William and Mary course 
earlier this year, and finish- 
ed 22nd, out ofabout 500 run- 
ners. "It rained all day," 
said McDaniels, "and the day 
before. It was like running on 
a sponge." It is clear that he 
anticipates an improvement 
over last tinle. Maybe we'll 
discover what he is capable 
of doing. 




No. 1 Eagies 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

According to Lynnhaven Jr. High football coach Tim El- 
Ondge, his Blues saved their best performance of the sea- 
son for last Saturday, against Independence Jr. High, and it 
couldn't have come at a better time. 

"Independence is our biggest rival," said a jubilant El- 
dredge, and our boys were really up tor the game." 

The result was a 30-6 ambush of the Beach's only unde- 
feated junior high school. 

The win upped the Blues' record to 3-1-1, and was im- 
portant enough to the boys to constitute a successful season 
in itself. 

Curtis Rlddidt, who Eldredge caUs "O.J. junior, "scored 
first for the Blues, scoring on a 30 yard romp that brought 
the excited Homecomii^ crowd to its feet. 

The second Lynnhaven score came when Walter Goffigan, 
who Eldredge describes as "my best athlete," scored from 
14 yards out. Goffigan has scored in every game this year, 
and Al Habit, who coaches Walter's brother Randy on the 
Cox High team, said be is eagerly awaiting the day Walter 
will play for him. 

"Poetry in motion, " is one way Eldredge nSters to Gof- 
figan's running technique. 

With the score 12-0, Independence drove to the one-foot 
line, and a touchdown could have changed the complexion of 
the game. But the Blue defense held for three plays, and then 
the unexpected han>eoed. A Eagle fumble as the second period 
was about to expire, was scooped up by the Blues' George 
White, and he headed up-field. 

With the Eagles in pursuit. White quickly tired, and headed 
fbr the sideline in order to go out of bounds. He looked at 
the clock however, and saw that time had expired, and de- 
cided to try and leg it in. Somehow he made it, and a 90- 
yard touchdown was his. A near-dead White was mobbed by 
his teammates, and the smile on his face dwwed the effort 

was worth it. 

the Blues picked upvhere they left bad 
^ . t«ii:MMr*««l«MK«MtM»iUM9«nAim 

t«^ BetiHtl a 29-yaitt tdicMown. 

Theii- last toocMovnitf the game «» scored by Goffigan 
on a 16-yard scamper. 

The lone Indepradence tally came when Scott Mansfield 
hgnlled over the line from a y«rd out - 

"My defensive tmm really did the job," exulted Eldre<^. 
"Nick Booth at linebacker and defensive tackles Todd Virgili 
and Pre"in Garrett were really tough. And Gary Felton had a 
big interc^lon." 

The of(«Bsive line was also died for exceUeroe. "They 
gave 100% dM entire game," said Eldre<%e. 

Ilie whole team gave a lot of effort, and the biggest win of 
the season the reward. 




fhe Eastern Regional Champion Bay - 
side Martins cross country runners. Front 
row, L to R-David Shoemake, Ed Moricle, 



SUNph(rtosby BLAIR THURMAN 

Tod SheUy. Back row-Alan Button, Brett 
VanMieiiwenhulse, Hike French, Ben Cab- 
Uo. 




The Cox harriers came is ttird la tti« 
regloaal meet. They are, trort row, L to 
R-Evao Searleman, Tom Nee<ttam, Phil 



Trayor. Back row-Ted Lyo«, Ray Mc- 
Itelels, Tom S|»rtx, Barry Lowe. 



By BOBBY RECKLING 
SUN Contributor 

Last Wethiesday attemocm 
the Princess Anne High 
ScbooLwomen's field hockey 
team captured the Beach 
District title by holding Bay- 
side High School to a 0-0 
tie. Princess Anne now Is 
the owner of a 7-2-1 record 
going into the city tourna- 
ment. 

Doris French, the third 
year coach of the team had 
this to say about her girls: 
"This year we had a great 
team doe to the fkct that we 
had fburteen girls returning 
from last season, and they 
made up the nucleus of the 
team." ^e also added that 
the outstanding players were 
seniors Sae Jarrett. Mary 
Anne Thompson, Laura Cre- 
asy, Amber Meardy, and 
BfWdiSctolten. 

tte Cavaliers were in 
first plaM the whole season 
exc^ for one game. Ui that 
instaac* they were bat one- 

ImU pme out of first with 
Cox and Bayside just a 
Aade dMad. The chamiMon 
at the district wasn't de- 
cided nntU last Wednesday 
when PA tied Bayside in a 
thrilliag game. 

R seems that speed, abili- 
ty, experience, and desire 
are Uw main ingredints in 
fie tormnla tor victory lathe 
CavaUer ranks. "TheM 
girls have been working hard 
all ftAT and they deserve 
the credit that they will 
^." says Mrs. Frrach. 



Blue QB Kenny Crafton gets off a pass 

Coxgriddei^ 
end season 
with big wintm^ 



P.A. claims 
hockey title 



Tonight the Cavaliers will 
begin their 'second season' 
with the opening game of the 
Beach District Tournament 
at 6:00. After the tourna- 
ment, the girls will put down 
their hockey sticks; for the 
season will end, and their is 
no where else to go when you 
are at the top. So you can 
put it down in the record 
books. The first ever Beach 
District Field Hockey Cham- 
pions: Princes Anne High 
School. 



Christian 

Athletes 
to ineet 



Tto Tidewater Chapter of 
the Fellowship of Christian 
Athletes will have a bmk- 
tast meeting &turday, Nov. 
13. The meeting begins at 
7:30 a.m. at Thalia United 
MeOMdiM Ctardi, located 
across from Princess Anne 
High School cm Va. Beach 
Blvd. The meeting is open to 
the puldic. 

Guest speaker will be Paul 
Webb, head basketball coach 
of Old Dominion University 
along with several members 
of the m«i's basketball team. 
A look at this year's team 
and prospects along with a 
film of last year's season will 
be highligiited. 

For further information 
and reservations please call 
Glenn Ow«>s at 486>106t or 
Chariie Jones at 423-0362. 



By BLAm THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

Although they won't be go- 
ing to the regionals (despite 
being Beach District tri- 
champions) Coach Al Habit 
and the Cox High football 
team are not unhaiq>y about 
their season. 

For a team that was sup- 
posed to be in the midst of 
a rebuilding effort, tte Fal- 
cons (6-3-1) did amasingly 
well. Besides winning the 
Beach District, along with 
Kem|»TUle and Princess 
Anne, they ended their season 
with a stunning upset of Wes- 
tern Branch, who until their 
fateful encounter with Cox, 
had wattsed to a 9-0 record, 
a dMrtct championship and 
a top rating in the state t>y the 
Virginia High School League. 

Although the local prog- 
nostlcators were impressed 
by the Bruins' fearsome re- 
putations, the Falcons were 
not. "We're not going to do 
anything diflerent for them," 
said assistant coach Hank 
Armstroqg. "We've been 
playing one way all year, and 
we'll keep playing that way " 

The result of keeping to 
their game plan was a 19-13' 
victory and enoi^h prestige 
to carry over until next sea- 
son. "Our line beat them to 
death," said a happy Habit 
after the win. "That was ^ 
difierence in the game." 

One of the more interesting 
match-iq» on the line was 
between Cox tackle Brian 
Rimdeau and Westeni 
Branch end Reggie Jordan, 
both of them AU-Tidewater 
selections Ust year. "Brian 
tore him apart," said Habit 
of his lineman. "Jordan bad 
to leave the game a couple 
times." 

When the line is playii« 
well, you use it, and the Fal- 
cons did. Cox quarterback 
Raw^ Goffigan passed only 
five times, completing three, 
and excel* for a quarterback 
sweep, the Falcons didn't run 
the Inll around the end all 




nim. "We ran tackle to 
tadde," smiled Mttt. 

He should have addai"ef- 
^ively" to the end tf that 
sentence as the Falcons 
rushed for 2M yards, and 
accumulated 21 first downs. 

Anchoring tlw middle of 
the llnawasthe e(»ch's son. 
Eddie ktit. "Eddie played 
the best pane of his life." 
said his proud father. "He 
was awarded the gMMlUl. ' ' 

And although Gingan 
passed s^rii^ly, Us three 
ogR^etions accounted lor 68 
teportaM yards. "AUOree 
paimiijfirr Mg plays," said 
Hahtti ^tiae of them set up a 
toutiMlevn." 

One of the reasons for the 
Falcon's success this year 
was the devvl 

tifiD, wl 

i^Meral 

\Mta% one ?*ii 

lORling ri 

last year. "Id< 

terred being a 

said Gofiigan. 

catch a pass than anything 

else." 

Bot'tfe coach made him 
the QB, putting him cm the 
other end of the Falcon aer- 
ials, and it paidt^. "Randy 
has made a lot ^JHIUKnce 
to this teatt,"^PPIIibit. 
"We were real aj^jrehensive 
at firs t tiecause he had no 
experience. He was a little 
hesitant at first, but now he 
taraws what he's doing " 

Even though Cox won't go 
to the playoffs, there are no 
sour grapes about the new 
Beach District. "I think it is 
gr^t. Last year, tNre were 
three or four teams that 
would have re^^mtol the 
Beach well, but U(* Tsylor 
and Norview «M tf^ dis- 
tflet," said Habtti 

C3m had seyeril Mg wins 
on their way to their share 
of the Beach District title, but 
Habit said the victory over 
Western Branch is the big- 
gest in the school's history. 
Overstatement? Maybe, but it 
is a win that will be savored 
for a iDBg time to com 




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B>2- Virginia B«ach Sun, Nov. 10, 1976 



Local youth appears on 
national TV for P, P& K 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
(With the Inderlied family) 

"It was more fun than Christmas!" exclaimed Mark 
Inderlied, of Virginia Beach following his two-day trip 
to Washington D. C. to compete in the Punt, Pass and Kicl( 
competition. 

Coming from a 10-year-old boy, that is quite a state- 
ment indeed, but fun it was. As guests of the Ford Motor 
Co., who sponsors the PP&K, Mark and his parents, 
Lt. Cdr. and Mrs. Inderlied, and his sister Diane, were 
flown to the capitol on Sat. 30, for an all-expenses paid 
vacation, during which Mark would try to advance in the 
competition. 

It started when Mark, who plays quarterback and half- 
tnck for the Kings Grant Cavaliers, won the PP4K meet 
held at Beach Ford recently. Next be won the sone Compe- 
tition held in Portsmouth, and advanced to the regional 
meet, which he also won. 

Thus he qualified for the district competition, which is 
held on national television. The game Mark was to appear 
on was the Washington Redskin-Dallas Cowboy game, held 
on Sunday 31. 

The Inderlied family arrived in Washington Saturday 
morning, and were taken, by limosine, to the Twin Bridges 
Marriott Hotel. Later in the day, at the PP&K headquar- 
ters, Mark received a free football and various Redskin 
paraphanalia. He was also fitted for a helmet, shoulder 
pads, pants, shirt and socks, all of which he was allowed 
to keep after the competition. 

That night, following a practice in front of the hotel, 
a reception and banquet was held, with guest speakers 
Brig Owens and Jerry Smith of the Skins talking to the boys 
about team and individual effort. Autographs were signed, 
banners were presented to the district winners, and NFL 
movies were shown. 

"It was all first-rate," said the senior Inderlied. "I 
was impressed with the whole thing. " 



Sunday, being the big day, Mark woke up with butter- 
flies flapping nervously in his stomach, but still managed 
breakfast and an informal practice, before advancing to the 
"game room," where he, along with Uie other excited 
contestants, played pinball, air hocky and other such 
games. 

At 12:30, the Iwys assembled in the lobby in full uniform 
for a picture-taking session, and then off to RFK Stadium 
for the big event. 

Mark practiced one final time prior to the game, and 
was offered tips from experts-Mark Mosely and Mike Bragg, 
the kicking specialists on the Redskins. 

The punting and kicking portion of the conipetitipn was 
held before the game started, the passii^; to be held dur- 
ing half-time and on television. 

Mark didn't get off a very good kick, while his op- 
ponent, who stood about a head taller than him did very 
well. But then in the punting competition, Mark boomed 
one, doing better than the other boy, making them about 
even with Just the passing left. 

Unfortunately tor Mark, he had suffered two hairline 
fractures on the little finger of his passing hand, two 
weeks before at practice and was severely hampered, 
as one might expect. And so, while on national TV, Mark 
had the poorest throw of his four competitions, but still 
only lost by four yards. 

Over a million boys entered the competition, and Mark 
was one of 332 remaining in it, making him one out of 
4\5W. Impressive statistics under any circumstances. "I'm 
going to do it again next year," he vowed. 

No matter what happens next year, Mark accomplished 
a lot, and had the time of bis life. According to his father. 
Bob Lovick of Beach Ford accompanied the Inderlied 
family on the trip, and did everything humanly possible 
to make it the enormous success it was. 

"It seemed as if we were there for four days instead 
of two," said Mark of the eventlul weekend. Maybe next 
time there will be those extra days. 



Kempsville advances to Regionals 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

"To dream the imposs- 
ible dream..." 

One might almost expect 
to see Ed Booth, coach of 
the Kempsville Chiefs, wan- 
dering through the halls of 
the school singing that song, 
with just a hint of a smile 
creasing his otherwise im- 
mobile countenance. 

For no one expected Kemp- 
sville to wind up as Beach 
champions and to advance, 
to the Regionals. To be 
sure, half of the district 
tied for first, but the Chiefs 
won the ones that counted, 
and will represent the Beach. 

"A lot of things lud to 
happen for us to finish where 
we did," said Booth. "Cer- 
^ tain teams had to beat cer- 
tain teams, and everything 



had to work out just right. 
I'd say the odds of it com- 
ing out as it did are 100 to 
1." 

Perhaps so, but what it 
came down to was, if they 
dould beat a tough Norview 
squad in Norfolk last Fri- 
day night, the regional berth 
was theirs. 

The Chiefs had their hands 
full with the Pilots, but e- 
merged 17-13 victors, and 
it's on to the Eastern Re- 
gionals. 

One of the heroes in the 
game, was sophomore kick- 
er David Fleming, who pri- 
or to the Norview contest 
was an astonmUng ttve-lor- 
Hve in the field goal kick- 
ing department. And then 
in this all-important game, 
Fleming booted a 47-yard 
field goal, the longest in his 



school's history, to finishthe 
regular season without a 
miss. 

Another player with a big 
night was hero-turned goat, 
turned hero. Rich Stotte- 
meyer. The 6-3 senior run- 
ning back rushed fbr most of 
his 113 yards in the first 
half, but his fingers turned 
to Jelly in the second half, 
and he fumbled three times. 
He was able to atone some- 
what for his mis-deeds, by 
kUling two Norview drives 
with interceptions late in the 
fburth quarter. 

Other players cited for 
excellence by Booth were 
Jim Wharton, Tom Reap and 
. Alvto.Bi«We>.^.» v.^ t 

The next stop on the Chiefs 
agenda, is the regional 
championship game with 
Bethel, from the Peninsula, 



who Booth describes as 
"awesome." Nevertheless, 
he doesn't think his boys will 
be awed. His main concern 
an>ears to be the weather. 

The big game is sched- 
uled for 8 p.m. in New- 
port News' Todd Stadium, 
but as anyone who has been 
out at night lately can tell 
you, it has been cold enough 
at night to numb any part 
of the body exposed to the 
elements, and some that are 
not. 

"We'd like to play at 2 
p.m.," said Booth. "There 
are no objections from the 
Bethel people, so I am hop- 
ing for an ai^f moon |%pie)" , 

can'be'appcteii to, repre- 
sent the Beach well, as they 
seem to be peaking. The 
impossible dream has be- 
come reality. 



Not a question for Mundin 



To carry, or not to carry 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

One might sui^ose that 
playing fullback on a team 
that wins a third of a district 
championship would be no- 
thing short of glory-filled 
excitement. At Princess 
Anne High, that would be a 
wrong assumption, for Cava- 



lier fullback Calvin Mundin 
is definitely ad unknown in 
the well-known P.A. back- 
field. 

Jessie WilUams, Tide- 
water's leading rusher and 
socrer, and Jimmy DiNardo, 
an excellent running quarter- 
hack, constitute the more 
heralded portion of the Cava- 



lier attack. 

What is the reason Mundin 
remains obscure? He never 
once carried the tnll during 
the 1976 football season, de- 
spite being the number one 
fullback all year. 

"We moved Calvin from 
the line to fullback," explain- 
ed Ral|di Gahagan, coach of 




pig/kin 
progno/ticQtion/ 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

I was hoping for something 
a little better than a 3-2 week 
to conclude this year's prog- 
nosticatii«, but a t least I 
finished over .500, and in the 
Beach District, that is an ac- 
complishment. 

Cox pulled a major upsd 
by defeating previously un- 
defeated Western Branch 
away from home. Despite 
holding a share of the Beach 
District championship. Cox 
was given about as much 
chance to l>eat the Bruins 
(ranked numl>er one in the 
state) as the y would have 
against the Minnesota Vik- 
ings. 

Instead of trying to pick 
that upset,^ went with the 
Patriots of First Colonial 
to upend Eastern District 
champion Lake Taylor, It 
almost happened, but the Pats 
fell 8-7, in a game that was 
much tiostr than the score 
indicates. 

On the expected side, 
Kemiffiville disposed of 
Norview, clinching a region- 
al playoff berth, Princess 
Anne t>eat Bayside, and Kel- 
iam shut-out BocAer T. 
Vasbington. 

Pickii^ the winners at the 
B^cb proved to be very dif- 
ficutt, as the teams turned 
o«t to b* extremely well bal- 
anced. Ot course that also 



made the Beach District the 
most exciting district in 
Tidewater, and the most fun 
to follow. 



Right Wrong % 
Ustweek 3 2 -600 
Season total 30 16 652 



Worthy praise tot an un- 
selfish player. 



Cheerleader 
of the week 




Diane Guntz 

This week's cheerleader is Diane Guntz, a senior at Bay- 
side High. Physical education is her favorite subject, 
and she enjoys gymnastics and golf. Even though the 
Marlins lost Friday night's encounter with Princess 
Anne, DUne said, "I stlU think we have a great team!" 



On weekends 



Rader namdd 
anchorman 



Bruce Rader, former sports 
editor of the Virginia Bmcb 
SUN has been named week- 
end sports anchorman fo^ 
WAVY TV-10, beginalttgSat. 
13. 

"Bruce has a fine back- 
ground in sports," said 
WAVY news director Mike 
Cremedas. "We feel certain 
that he will give us a boost 
in our sports coverage." 

In addttkM to vofkirillor 




Bruce Rader 

Bicyclists 
to meet 



/The Tidewater Bicycle 
Association will meet Nov. 
10 at 7 p.m. at the Janaf 
Library. 

There will be a demon- 
stration and talks on three 
types of bicycling; racing, 
touring and cycle camping. 

Also, the selection of a 
nominating committee to 
nominate new officers will 
be made. 

The public is invited. 



the SUN, Rader did a sports 
radio show on WVAS rattti. 
and was {»%vioMl]r a«- 
•ii«inwt editor for WVEC- 
TVlnltortolk. 

He came to Tideftter af- 
ter being kHlst^ to tin 
sports editor of WM AL-'il^ 
in Washington D.C., and wis 
assistant programnier ottte ' 
Washington Redskta't radio 
D^wort. 

"I'm extremely Ixcited 
•liout the new posiUOB," said 
t»der. "My prevtaVftOQier- 
lance of covering qtbrtt far ' 
tt« SUN wiU be v*r7 belp- 
M to me. I liape I eu give 
tte people of Tidewtttranew 
dimension in qN»^ em- 
trace." 

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the Cavaliers. Now he's mak- 
ing the big block on every 
play, instead of every now 
and then." 

Gahagan doesnt try to 
mask his intentions. "He 
knows he's a lineman." 

Mundin claims to harbor 
a desire to carry the pigskin. 
Just like his backfield mates, 
but realised long ago that to 
do so would remain a dream, 
"There isn't even a play in 
the playbook tha t calls for me 
to carry the ball," said the 
senior blocker. 

Even though his duties dif- 
fer fromthose of most full- 
backs , Mundin's effort and 
abilities are greatly an>re- 
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tor. "Calvin is one player we 
couldn' t replace," said Ga- 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

A couple months ago, I 
attempted to predict the final 

Predicted 

Bayside 
KeHam 
Cox 

Kempsville 
Princess Anne 
First Colonial 

Final Standings 



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standings of the Beach 
District. A seemingy diffi- 
cult task proved to be impos- 
sible. Who could predict a 
three-way tie in the first 
year of the Beach District? 
Certainly not me. 

So here, for those of you 
who are interested in such 
things, are my predictions, 
along with the final standings. 





CHARLES MABSHAU 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 10, 1976 -B-3 



Bill Mcintosh - a real professional 



By STEVE STONE 
SUN News Editor 

"The erettest birthday I ever had 
jas on June 15, 1947 when I was a 
Private terViqg in the OccupatlODal 
Army at Ksppu, Japan, it was my 
19th birthday and the Post Exchange 
informed me I had won the monthly 
raffle." 

"This gave me the privilege of buy- 
ing me of the three Clams 35mm cam- 
eras tbey sold monthly. Regretably, the 
last shipment of film was sold out. 
I had never taken pictures before, ex- 
cept for occasional snapshots with a 
box camera. I wanted tb« camera to 
record my remaining four months in 
Japan. At |tO, It was the most ex- 
pensive thing I had ever owned." 

Bill Mcintosh wa£ Just another G.I. 
on duty in Japan in 1947. Like so many 
of his buddies, he decided that he 
would like to have some pictures to 
show family and friends of his tour 
with the American occupation forces. 

&>, he bought the camera. 
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He didn't know at the time that he 
had just "bought" his life's work, 
but h« began to realize his talents 
almost immediately. "The soldiers 
started uklng me for prints of my 
pictures for their scrapbooks and such 
"Mcintosh explains, It seems that they 
liked his |ilctares wen better than their 
own. 

And so it has come to be that many 



people like Bill Mcintosh's work. In 
fact, there . probably isn't a neigh- 
borhood in the city that doesn't have 
at least one household with a Mc- 
intosh portrait bung some place. 

Most recently Eastman Kodak o- 
pened a New York City exhibit fea- 
turing photographs of the Dr. Allison 
Drescher family of Virginia Beach. 
The display will be described in an 
accompanying story next week. 

Mcintosh now has three studio^ 
in the Tidewater area. The new^ 
est is in the Pembroke Four Build- 
ing with others at Military Circle 
and downtown Norfolk. 

Mcintosh's fame does not stop in 
this country; he is known interna- 
tionally. At the requests of vari- 
ous governments Bill Mcintosh has 
circled the globe photographing most 
anything imagineable. He has work- 
ed in Mexico, the Highlands of Scot- 
land, Paris, Holland, Israel, Egypt, 
Italy and has been Invited by the 
governments of India and Japan. 

But there was a long "learning 
period" between the first photographs 
in Japan and today's extensive work. 

Once he had discovered bis apti- 
tude for photography, Mcintosh began 
serious study of the field. He set 
up a darkroom at home, using the 
bathtub for developing his films and 
prints. He slept with his work, lit- 
erally. At night he would {Hit finish- 
ed prints under his matress to flat- 
ten them out. Today there is a good 
deal of modem equipment involved, 
and over 40 employees. 

In 1948 Mcintosh returned to Mau- 
ry High S(fhool to finish his educa- 



tion. "1 worked on the yearbook and 
that ymr we won a- national award." 
That was the first of much recogn- 
ition for Mcintosh's ability with a 
camera 

After finishing high school Mcin- 
tosh Mtered the Baltimore Institute 
of Photc^raphy and graduated six 
months later. 

From there it was back to Mau- 
ry High to guide the yearbook's 
photography as well ac the photogra- 
phic work of several other local high 
schools. 

Many schools today enjoy Bill Mc- 
intosh's work l|i their yeart>o<*s and 
other publications. 

"Light is the most important fac- 
tor to be considered when taking a 
picture," says Mcintosh who has re- 
markable abilities to make light work 
for Mm. "Without the light, the most 
beautiful subject imagineable would be 
meaningless." 

On the other hand, says Mcintosh, 
"a mundane subject can be turned 
into something extraordinary." 

Looking at some of Mcintosh's art 
it is quickly seen just how well this 
man does use light. Colors leap out 
from the paper, bright and vibrant. 
It seems as if someone is holding a 
light up behind the pictures. 

Kodak appreciates Mcintosh's abil- 
ities, that's why tbey commtssioned 
him to decorate the Kodak Apartment 
Gallery in New York. They h%ve. also 
asked him tor work to be used on the 
cover of one of their magasines; the 
first time a portrait photographer 
has been asked to do such work. 

Kodak invited Mcintosh to plan the 



current lounge exhibit that is changed 
periodically to demonstrate different 
ways tp decorate with professional 
photographs. 

A portrait phptpgrapher for 27 
years, he is one of isx top pro 
fessionals lecturing on photography 
in the U. S. and was the Uth photo- 
grapher to receive the profession's 
highest honor — a fellow of the A- 
merican Society of Photographers of 
which he has been elected to the 
executive vice presidency. 

The picture bug appears to be 
running in the family also. Eldest 
daughter Lee Ann, 18, is studying 
pbotogra;4iy at the University of Mis- 
sissinpi while 17 year - old Lisa 
works at the Mcintosh Studios in Mil- 
itary Circle, Leslie, a 14-year-old 
at Independence Junior High, is work- 
ing as a photographer on the yearbook 
and 11 year-old Laurie is just learn- 
ing to take pictures. 

"My goal at the present time is to 
take advantage of every opportunity 
to advance photography as an art form. 
I don't believe photography will reach 
its full irtential until it is given the 
same treatment that the other arts re- 
ceive in colleges, universities, high 
schools and museums," says Mcin- 
tosh. 

"My career In photography has been 
characterised by a compulsive desire 
to reach the highest degree of pho- 
tographic attainment of which I am 
capable." 

It has been a long time since Bill 
Mcintosh picked up that first camera 
in the Far East, but he is glad he 
did. 




Photographer William Mcintosh 




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Area Scouts 



plan big show 



Red Cross offers 
parenthood class 



Tidewater Scout ii« ' s annual 
show wlU be juj^ that this 
year - two and one- half 
hours of acts, parades, spec- 
tacular sets and music in 
the Spope Arena. Scouts 
from Virginia Beach will be 
featured. _^ 

"Heritage W', to be pre- 



sented this Saturday, Nov. 
13, will be totally different 
from the Tidewater Coun- 
cil's past shows. 

In previous years, Scout- 
ing activities have been pre- 
sented exhibit - style with 
booths, displays and individ- 
ual acts. 



Taylor honored 



Dr. A. Hoyt Taylor was 
|enor«d at Pld^ Combat Dir- 
Iction Systems Training 
Center, Atlantic in Virginia 
^ch Fri(by, Oct. 29, when 
fie command lield dedication 
|eremonies for Taylor Hall, 
yrUch houses the center's 
factical advanced combat 
|ire(^ion and electronic war- 
^re training department, In 
^mmemoratlon of the man 
•redtted with the discovery 
If radar in 192&. 
; In 1918, Dr. Taylor was 
fppolnted head of the Naval 
fircraft Radio Laboratory, 

I position he retained until 
e staff of that organlza- 
fion was incorporated into 
die Naval Research Labora- 
tbry as its Radio Division 
iith Dr. Taylor as its bead. 
^ It was during his early 

£rs with the Naval Re- 
rch Laboratory, Dr. Tay- 
Jbr first observed the In- 
ftrference caused by an ob- 
j|ct passir^ between a radio 
^nsmitter and a receiver, 
from this, he reasoned, such 
^ taterference would be use- 
Ill In detecting the passage 
qr ships and aircraft under 
mor visibility. 
I Initially, little interest was 
Aown in his discovery. How- 
ler, In mi, the chief of 
the bureau directed the Na- 
4l Research Laboratory to 
Uvestigate the use of radio 
to detect the presence d 
emy vessels and aircraft. 
hree years later. Dr. Tay- 
Br, in conjunction with his 
blieagues, completed the 
rst radar equipment. A 
at deal of sutoequent de- 
.^lopmeni of radar was car- 
licd out by scientists and 
ilvtiwers working under Dr. 

"AflOT. 

iAltboi«b a modem Com- 
bit Inftjrmation Center 
has many sophisticated 
sources of information, ra- 
d|r remains the most Im- 
pftrtaat and wtdtiy used of 
a. In selecting the rame, 
"Taylor Hall." the Navy 

* i llvinlng Carter acknowled- 
||d tte Importance of radsr 
Jjyaday's modem Navy. 

JPI^ the time of his re- 
tfrmert, Dr. Taylor's re- 
niiarkable record trf achleve- 
m'ert included some 35 pub- 
IDiked papers and S4 patents. 
H{s r^lremnt in 1948 eiMl- 
e^ a brilUant and disting- 
oteied carrer as a public 
servant, bavi^ served as 



both a Naval officer and 
a civilian scientist. 

Participating in the dedi- 
cation ceremonies with the 
Center's - Commanding Of - 
fleer. Captain T.R. M. 
Emery, were representa - 
tives from varitms depart- 
ments of TACDEW; Cmdr. 
Kenneth E. McLaurin, Cmdr. 
William T. McMurray, 
LCdr. John GUliott, Royal 
Navy, Op. Spec. 2nd. C. De- 
bra Sedgeley, Op. Spec. 1st. 
C. Terry McEwen, Elec - 
tronlc Tech. 1st. C. Har- 
old Carpenter and Master 
Chief Op. Spec. Willie A. 
BuUock. 

A painting of the late Dr. 
Taylor which was hung in 
the foyer of Taylor Hall was 
donated by the Naval Re - 
search Laboratory, Wash- 
ington D. C. 



This year's show will 
adopt a performance format 
with 12 acts depicting im- 
portant events in our nation's 
history as well as high - 
lights of Scouting activities. 

A special "Boost Tide- 
water" act will portray his- 
toric highlights of the area 
including the burning of Nor- 
folk, the battle between the 
Monitor and Merrimac and 
. th^.:rWil]g» %9Uiers fligtt. 
■ntaieis ttN«^ltirt)l« fncii 
any Virginia Beach C«£, 
Scout or Eiplonr. 

Price is $1.00. Perfor- 
mances are scheduled for 
2:30 and 7 p.m. 



Expecting? 

Enroll now for the Tide- 
water American Red Cross^ 
"And Baby Makes Three" 
classes, a special "Prepar- 
ation for Parenthood " 
course. 

Expectant parents- -and this 
definitely means both par- 
ents— can gain confidence in 
the care and feeding of their 
new baby by attending this 
course. 

The six sessions are held 
once a week for six weeks 
and ofler lectures, films, 
demonstrations and actual 

"doll babies" and infant care 
equipment. 

For information cm the 
next regularly - scheduled 
classes, call the Nursing 



Jaycees invite 
new members 



The Virginia Beach Jay- 
cees Invite all interested 
young men to a cookout and 
introductory meeting at 7:30 
p.m. Thursday, Nov. 16, at 
the Jaycee BuUding located 
at 4452 Hinsdale St. Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

They have produced such 
successlU projects as the 
Hanrted House, the East 
Coast Surfing Champion- 
sii^w, and a summer camp 
tor the mentally handicanied. 



A program recognizing the 
outstanding young people of 
Virginia Beach is underway. 

The Virginia Beach Jay- 
cees need participation to 
carry out future projects 
in the community. They al- 
so have a wide range of in- 
dividual development and 
leademhip programs. Join- 
ing the Jaycees can make 
a difference in one's life 
and the lives of others. 



and Health Office, Tidewater 
Red Cross Chapter, 625- 
6791. 



Teachers 
to be 
tested 

Tidewater educators will 
have to do some studying 

themselves for the National 
Teacher Examinations (NTE) 
'Z, whldU>iU lie given at Nor- 
« 1bt^*i»e*c««eie%o*fr'i9. 
Bulletin of infbrmation 
describing registration pro- 
cedures and containing reg- 
istration forms may be ob- 
tained from Dr. \'aleria A. 
Ford, director of testing at 
Norfolk State. 

During the one-day ses- 
sion, a candidate may take 
the Common Examinations, 
tdifch Include tests in pro- 
fessional and general educa- 
tion, plus one of 27 area ex- 
aminations disigned to probe 
knowledge of particular sub- 
ject matter and teaching 
methods. 

Those taking the Common 
Examination will report at 
8:30 a.m., Nov. 13, and fin- 
ish at about 12:30 p.m. 

Area Ezaminatiobs are 
scheduled from 1:30 p.m. 
to about 4:15 p.m. on the 
same day. Further infor- 
mation may be obtained by 
telephoning Dr. Ford at 
623-8262. 



Beach teacher participatiffg 
in holiday bazaar and fair 



Potter Jeanette Juren of 
Norfolk will be one of 30-40 
artists and craftsmen show- 
ing their work at a holiday 
bazaar and psychic fair Sat- 
iirdav. Nov. 13, from 10 a,m. 
to 6 p.m. at the Asso- 
ciation for Documentation 
and Enllgbtemat, (ADE) 314 
Arctic Crescent, Virginia 
B«adi. 

Mrs. Jurm, who teaches 



kingei'gai'iuu and ceramics 
at Friends Sctool in Vir- 
ginia Beach, is a gnukiate 
of Mary Washington College 
and has taken art courses 
at Chrysler Museum Art 
School. She Is married and 
mother of two dau^ters. 
Crafts in addftion to Mrs. 
Jurep's which will be shown 
at -the bazaar Include 
leatherc raft, decoupage, 
macrame, toy making and 



many others. The group of 
craftsmoi, all from Virgin- 
ia Beach and Norfolk, wUl 
be joined by repres«ita - 
tives of health food coop- 
eratives, healing and psy- 
chic groups H5^>»the event 
wUch is being held as a 
ben^t for ADE. 

latertainment at the fair 
wUl Include a pun^t show, 
vocalist Bob Chetkin and en- 
tertainment team Zack and 



Suzannah Curtiss, as well 
as numerous booths and 
games for adults and chil- 
dren. 

ADE is, according to dl- 
redor Jean Cam|*ell, a non- 
profit research organization 
through which scientists and 
medical researchers inves- 
tigate work of several psy- 
chics with results of this 
work being used for educa- 
tional purposes. 



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GOP women to meet 



Mrs. Virginia H. Lampe 
will be the guest speaker 
for the Beach Suburban Re- 
publican Women's Club Wed- 
nesday, Nov. 10, at the home 
the home of Lois Roulstone, 
4624 Paul Revere Rd., Vir- 
ginia Beach. 

Mrs. Lampe currently 
serves as president of the 
Virginia Federation of Re- 
publican Women. She is 
past chairman of the 10th 
District and has managed 
past congressional cam- 
paigns. 



Alumni Assoc. 



She currently serves on 
the State Mental Health & 
Mental Retardation Board. 



% The public is invited. 
For information call 
464-5780. 



Nimitz wives to meet 



Thfe USS Nimitz Enlisted 
Wives Club will hold their 
monthly business meeting 
Saturday Nov. 20, at 1 p.m. 
at the Navy Wives Club of 
America Building, Little 
Creek. 

Following the meeting will 



be a pot-Iuck-Thanksgiving 
dinner. Reservations only 
for dinner, by Nov. 16. 

Contact Rachel Berg at 
587-0275 for reservations 
and Sue Shelton at 489-2757 
for more information con- 
cerning the meeting. 



Nov: "10 



The Virginia Beach, Nor- 
folk and Portsmouth Chap- 
ters of the Randolph- Macon 
Woman's College Alumnae 
Association will meet Wed- 
nesday Nov. 10 at 8 p.m. at 
the home of Mrs. Joseph 
L. Kelly Jr., 936 Graydon 
Avenue. 

Mrs. William T. Pugh, as- 
sociate director of admis- 
sions, will be speaker. Mrs. 
W. W. Morse Jr. is presi- 
dent. Members and friends 
are invited. 



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•wj FREE, wt'tt !!»•»«•• 
rSIE (d. CaU MM M1-4t1t. 




ilsaj:L 



CATS-two bUck - flisd, 
would Uk« to |o u piir 
C«UW-7»I9.,. 

PUPPY - MoOwr r«|ls- 
torwl Scotty-Pttttr u - 
kaown. S 1/C aMatha «a. 
wnB«I.CaUM2-4014. 

FREE TO a lOOdkcHi*. Fe- 
male Cock-a-poo, IS 
moBlba old. 4W-M00 



Free to a lood home. T*o 
nice m On eaU. Ooe yel- 
low male, neutered, and 
OM eaUco female, iW«d.^ 
EiceUent paU. W-W1_ 



FREE 
2376. 



KltteM Call 411- 



% 



FEMALE GERlIAMalK 
ard, black aM tan. 
montha oUvFree to a lOOd 
and lovliis home. All a' 
623-28S9. 



Two lovable kittens, tor 
good homes. Botb gray, one 
male, one nasty UtUe 
girl, 2-1/2 months old. Call 
420-27)1 



LARGE TREES - Free, cut 
yoursell, suttaUe t>r tim- 
ber a Oreiioad. Phone 482- 
ISU. 

GOOD home needed tor >U 
Mack mother cat and kit- 
ten. 4H-661S. 



BLACK a yellov booM cat 
female, deciawed, small 
cat, 1 1/2 years oM: Call 
S47-25 M. 

YEAR OLD (art Shepard 
female, spayed. Wants lor- 
tng home with children. 
Call 42S-SSM, 



KITTENS, FREE to a good 
home. CaU today tor your 
heauUtul new pet. 4SS- 
51R. 



FREE libratT card saUt- 
lae yon to 1^ the booita 
yoe can read. CMS* to an 
olour toor tocatiou: )00 
Cedar Itoad. Cltrtc Centw- 
Taytor Mad A Portsmouth 
Blvd. - Western Branch- 
Polndexter a Decatur, 
South Hortolk - Indian 
RWer Roa4 4 Sparrow 
Road. New tocatkm in Jan- 
uary at George Washington 
at IliUtary HVY. 



S mXED GERMAN 8hn>- 
harda female • Iweeksoid. 
Call alter dz S45-M92. 



WHITE MALE German 
Shepard, S yn. oM. Had 
all shoU. Needs home to 
country: 4M-S967. 



FEMALE IRISH SSTTER, 
two yrs. old, refistered, 
lovable, to a good home. 
Call 421-S0S3. 



KITTENS FREE to a good 
hme. Part Tabby. Cuddly 
and loveable. Call4M-6«93^ 



TWO LOVABLE nayedfe- 
male «at>. Need a good 
hnne. Oae ealleo peralaa 
and oae |ny, bfOertt and 
white, mutt tm away be- 
cause Of alletfiee. Call 
464-1634 



GERBILS, 1 male tad Ife- 
male, • moatta old. 
Own cace to transport. Call 
410-2m. 




^jyjiisr - ADviMii 



Gifted to tdl aid advise yon on famity aOaifS, 

bmliwM, love, lock, aamea - dale* - fads, 

ptoUems Mlved daQy • oonfldential. 

TELEPHONE 634-5392 

Emporia, Vfa«|iria - Hi|^way West 58 

\Next to tke drive-in theain.l 



FREE FIREWOOD to any- 
one wlsMag to eat trees. 
CaU 4«^0W5. Arogona 
Area. 

FREE trees aid stumps 
tor (IrwwQOd. Cut 
aeU. Call 464-6m. 



Three kittens Iteetoagood 
'hom» 1 gray, 1 black A 
vUto, 1 grav a Uack tor- 
toise. AU female, Utter 
tratoed. 4S7-6S32. 



TOWI OOTICIT- 
TEK TO spare, flndthem 
good homes with our Free 
Bee Ad ji BO cost to you. 
CaUS47-4S71. 

FIVE year old female oer- 
sian. Been deciawed. Older 
couple with do other ani- 
mals perferred. Call al- 
ter 6p.m. 486-7674. 



LOVABLE male dog, 11/2 
years oM. Nueterad. Look- 
ing lor good home wl^ 
cUhtavn. Single woHting 
girl can not keqi htm. CaU 
464-1297 during the day. 

KITTENS, 2 gray, female. - 
Give away. CaU 424-tt52 



Pure bred male aaintbemard 
2 yrs. old; ExceUent dispo- 
sition tree to good home. 
M1-695S. 



BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 

and ^ve yow love aad 
tor our aaimals. We 
your help, ^orto • 

mouth Runane Society. 

397-6004. 



roUR mixed breedpepptei 

rweeka oM. Aajfoee 
can live them anod 
home wMoomed. Mednm 
sited dog. Can be seee 
anytime J 1204 KempsvUle 
Rd. 



FIVE puKdas tree. Five 
weeks old, owlher Ameri- 
can Slltta, Mher OoUen 
Cocker Spaniel. 2 malerA 
Uiree females. CaU 499^ 
884) alter 2:00 weA days 
aod«Utwk-and. 

Private breeder wUl give 
free home to wild owto, 
hnwte, or any birds not 
wasted by owner. Alto tree 
care tor iatnredUrds. 8U- 
te peralt no. 00064 Write: 
Ridi a| P.O. Box 13428, 
Chesqieske, Va. 23329. 



I PUPMCS- haU EagUdi 
aheepdoc and hall miaature 
poodle. 2 femalea, 8 weeks 
Sld.Tat black. CaU 481 -0127. 



FREE-MloUtore shepherd 
dog Mendlv, good watch 
dog. CaU 421-3005. 

ADORABLE VUA kitten. 
Free to a good home. CaU 
4U-2028. 

AKC Registered IrlshSetter, 
female, 8 monUis old. Can't 
keep dog. CaU 483-2»5. 



14' BOAT wltti flbergiass 
bottom. CaU 482-360). 



mmSiSSm 



KITTBN8-aUslte»l«d<^ h-. 
ton. Both males and fe- 
|^.CaU4|2-)647. . ., 




oamtoL _^. 

wel|M wltt«i»* . ^., 
Ptot aad Hydrez Water POlt 
St Lawrence pharmacy 



.14 



AUTO CBU8HER-A-1 Junk "• 

ar rt-oriX fi,^t 
towed away iwe. Fast tor- "♦ 
vtoe. 868-4011. ^' 



AUTO JUNK-A-L.A11JM 
paya Ugh prieesi 4t6rOII7 m< 



nSTINCnVE GIFTS 
catalog, aiad : 
addt«taaadM«to 






Grkgt Gill Cw|«-,, Route 



2^4)0. 



186,8mitUtold,Va.- - 



GUARAMT8E0 to itoP^o 
amoklig flreptaoM. OM,.n> 
flreplacM rt(alred. Ilt#.^ 
flrspUeea anddwada^- 
ed ud bottt. CaU ^»-% 
7W). VirgiBta peacSFire-^ 
]daee aad Chifluwy Sweep- 
era. 



P(»ITRAIT - Charcoal - .^ 
SS.00 Pastels - |12 Dons 
b«m Ufe or photo. Great,... - 
idea lor gilt. CaU tor «- 
pointmMt 422-6980. 

I I II I ' )y . 

SEWING aad altentiOM.!T 
RaatoaaUe ratoa. bDoafiiic 
dta Dear Churchlaad. CaUj^ii 
M3-1986. *' 



SUUtE-Fenale elegant 3. \^ 
bedroom, > \/t bath. Boaie >;. 
to Va. Beach, oae Uock , 
from ocau, thUv eqpdMd.,,^ 
dishwasher, waiter, «rr-P. 
er, trash compactor, lar- 




DiSTRICTMANAGER 



If you have 15-20 houre free each 
weak and enjoy wortiiM wi« mum 
iwipfl^ 4^t>aBuld |e^lhairi«|it job 

Dist^Mti 




•rvition «f a^proxiinaWy tSyouha- 
stert. The right applicant should 
have a cat:, be •^••"y <«»e«ktad and 
pessess a gaod knewledae ef ttw 
Beach area. A goad starling salary 
and training P«VW« are effared. 
Call Mr. irewn at 4M-S4M lor 
appointment and interview. 



.0* 



KODAK DISTRIBUTOR POIAROID 
EVEREADY WANTED H0L80N 
WESTINQH0U8E ALBUMS 

kNtiriduri, tWaof FtniM, newM toll or part-time to dt» 
iribuM wortd lanwui Kodik nim and oUwr ptwio pfoduete 
•mmi^ eampeny eeiaMlahed kMUlena. IMie iMe yow 
yw tor Mdapendenee. tMtM inveaMwni OuaMiilaad If 
monihmerahandlserapurelMaeigreemnt. 
CALL «lr.*toile(TetFnMH-t«0«»iH0erCeaael*tl44»i»l 
atoeeaytoMdey.te.ei.ietp.m.Sattaje.feiM"-"'^- 

FIRESTONE PHOTO CO., 

nnSSTONi smLoma ■ smcs itw 

in N. tidSL. CehMbHS, OMeaWI 



Or Write: 



RKDininBAD 
FOB WOOOn NlCKKLl 

The Cigaretto House 



Battleflel 



Mofbek, N. C. 
U Blvd. 



Rt. 168] 



ROUTE Diirtl^ ^ 

Must hav* own cir tar Ight Mhrtry 
of iiMrapiptn In ^ 



Virginia Beach Sun 
Chesapeake Post 
Tidewater Life 



486-3430 
547-4571 




"W»AnN9¥W \ 

SatlMH^d ] 

Until You An" \ 

Why pay fw cheap work ' 
aad nan have to have tt | 
, dgae over because it does i 
tofiiEtonnUkett should. I 
lSlotrtsportsdotbeJob> 
aad you can be sure tt wiU i 
perform as it should. 

SKI OS ROW FOB EXPKRlj 
AUTO PAafTnG > 



We Alae Give Free 




I 

ncHTiAUTomvicil 

98M-G Va. leaeh BMki 
Rait to RayaM Fvaitnej 

409-eQ42 i 

ItrJale < 



1971 CHEVROLET -2 doos 
Chevrito MaUbu., Air comuj 
tlooiig, AM/FM viayl root; 
RaUye wheela, PolygbuU 
tiros, power steeling. lltOfi 
CaU 46-1687. \ 

^ 1 

1961 CAOILLAC-80% nA 
atored |690 or best otteri 
CaU42S-0287. 

1974 PINTO Bate 

ee engtoe, air o 

aad radial Urea. |22S0. 

847-2338. | 

1969 CHEVELLE MALlBl}- 
V-8, aotomttte, power steet- 

a, new tires, paint ahocka, 
olatery aad exhalst. JiAt 
iaspeeted.^ExcaUeat ooni- 
ttott. flM. or bert ottt^. 
CaU 499-6042 aak tor A, 
alter 6 eaU 462-4668. | 
^ + 

1970 (»EVTIMPALA-4do^ 
hardtob, feUy eqniped, afr 
eoadltiMilBg, low mli«ag#, 
•iceUeot coBdttlon. $1209. 
Can 484-8813. 

1972 CAMARO-350llaU|e 
Sport, V-8, SpoUtt, tteM 
belted radials, recent uiat 
Job. |2,17S. CaU 422-^ 
or 490-1281. 



CAMARO-1969, 327 ta.* 
glne, 4 barreU quMra-w 
eaiburttor, 3 spuod, AM f 
FM, daal headers, powtf 
iteertag and 4 E/T mag*. 
Raal deal at |1,400 Ml- 



1973 NOVA Hstchbacfc* 
3,200 mUes, 8 cyUn- 
der. Auto., powM' steer* 
lag, AM/FV, eueUeirt 
eeatttton. $2,200. CaU 497- a 
SS46. . ■ 



1968 V WjWjT Retoaitti^ 

RW paitf - ttrot'Stas- 
tdr • cMtdi - prueaara 
■iato - ttevweid beariai. 
Suftted. mn. can w^ 

7944. 



f-AiilNMMlMlor Site 



VAM - 19e3 Ford - (ood 
conUttoB, carpeted, rear 
•ttp-up, tank $<S0, Call 
42$-3(M oi; 42I-846S. 



ll»Boatt, MartW ftapMei 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
Treilen and Machinery. 
FrM Eatimatea. WUte- 
Imrat, Blaaaiartam Corp., 
4M W. Uihh.. Norfolk. 
627-UM. 



^isjrtplnwttr 



WANTED: KEYBOARD 
^jrer. Aaked to travel. 
CaU (104) - S34-5S92. 



«»{«•«•»»»>:•:«:•:•:•:•:■:•:•:■:•:•:■; 
HMatiivtt and Stodenta 
OTtr ll-Ean $Tt per week 
lat I ^^Um vark-Shra. per 

•HM. 

SeiUuf Jewdry 
Gitta Servlni pleeea 
Car and Plione 
neceaaary. 

CaU 
Coppocnl: dn-iiio 

Guld ' For Interview 



TEXAS REFINERY CORP. 
ottara PLENTY OF MONEY 
plna eaah bonuses, tringe 
benefits to mature individual 
in Tidewater area. Recard- 
less of eqierlence., airmail 
A.N. Pate, Prea., Texas Re- 
finery Corp., Box Til, Fort 
Worth, Texas 7(101. 



ll-He» Wanted 



FOOD PROCESSORS - A- 
Would like eiperieaead 
people, but am wiUlnf to 
train. B - Jobentailaeook- 
in| and roastinf peanuta. 
C - WiUinc to work ana 
permanent night shift >:30 
pm to 12 nidniflrt. D - 
Good waces, lull time em- 
ployment. E - Call ASTER 
NUT PRODUCTS INC. 104- 
6M-8411. - 



COSMETICS -a MarahaU 
Field family owned conumny 
is expandinc in Va. Field 
Creations Inc. Part-tine 
consultants needed. Poaalbltt.. 
to earn $10O-$17S. Cpmmia- 
sion aalea. Send name, ad- 
dress, and telephone num- 
ber to: BoxlS27,C/OCheaa- 
peake Post, Chesapeake, Va., 
23S20. 

PRODUCTION SUPER- 
VISOR - A - Must have 
experience in supervlsiaf 
production line iqwratioa. 
B - Would like sqMrvisor 
to have some meehaiiical 
ablUty. C-Wllllnctowork 
on a permanM n^ shift 
S:SO pm to 12 midnight. 
D - Good wages, liberal 
benefits, full time employ- 
ment. E - Send resume to 
ASTER NUT HIODUCTS 
WC. P.O. Box 125 BoyUns 
Va. 23827. 



COMPANION -Uve- in lor 
elderly patient. Light 
housekeeping and cooking. 
Pleasant surroundings. 
Great Bridge area. CaU 
S47-366>. 



HELP WANTED - Exper- 
ienced person to kill and 
dress 20 ducks at fl.OOa 
duck. CaU 421-7249 after 
6 p.m. 



"n?ry 



Help wanted- women wUling 
to work and learn. For inter- 
view nU 420-1376. 



PRODUCTIOR MANAGER- 
A - Must have experience 
In production achedoling 
avdplauing. B- WiUhave 
decision maklag rwaponst- 
' Miltiw. C - &larled. Li- 
beral BenefiU, FoU Tim 
beml BeneflU, FnU Time 
emplmrmant. D - Send r«- 
suroe to ASTER NUT PRO- 
DUCTS me. P.O. Box 12S 
Boyklns, Va. 23627. 



EARN extra money rt home 
iddressiaiand slicing en- 
vtlopSjRnd self address- 
ed stamped •««*»• tor 
AiU doufii to FR M*^s, 
Box 333, BoUister, Fla. 
31047. 

»-*«»•• JSS.*^"^ 

CkrMmaS br *^S? 
Btrt-tlme fiwn yowhomo. 

So-orf7. 



M-Private hstwctlaai 

DaTRUCTiM CLASSES 
Nurses Aides -Orderlies- 
Oak HiU Medical Training 
School, Great BrMkt. 547- 
8156. 



LIFE WSURANCE 
GENERAL AGENT 



90 Year old fraternal life 
insurance company ex - 
pending in SUte ol Vir- 
ginia. Very competitive 
porttolto. HIgheat com - 
misstons paid, plus «Q)en- 
ses, plus bonuses. For con- 
fidential interview conUct 
Martin J. Kuaberger R. 
S. D. 4 Grant Circle Broo- 
maU, Pa. 19006 



HOUSEKEEPER NEEDED, 
Professiottal person want- 
ed to take charge of my 
home on Mondaya, 8 hours, 
$20. Must be inteUegent 
enou^ to do Inventory. 
Have own transportatton, 
dependable with re- 
terrences. YOU MUST BE 
RELUBLE. This Includes 
aU phases of housework 
including wuhing and iron- 
ing, etc. Thia is a perman- 
ent part-time poaition for 
people who want steady 
jKOrk. C^ mornings only 
499-7422. 



HEU> 
WANTED 



-Wn to Make M to f 16 

per bow while on 
vaeatioa or on wcskend.* 



plaa t0( poatage 



$3 £« 



The Morgan Prats 

306 South Dixie 
W. Palm Beach, Fl 33401 

OTIw MoiuMi Pm*. )*'* 



A.QUYHALL,Jl 

Degree in piano, organ and 
music education, is 
accepting a Umited num- 
ber of atudeots. CaU S4S- 
091S tnm 4 to 7 p.m. 



IF YOU HAVE TVK KNOW- 
HOW, Want Ads have the 
Job. Check now! 



TTArHcfesToHSfT 



FOR SALE-Sears 20" girls 
bicycle in very good con- 
diUon. Oidy 1 year old. 
Back whed brakes. Only 
$25. CaU 547-4146. 



Reduce aafe Ik last wtth Go- 
BeaeTableUA E-Vap"wa- 
ter pUls." Mnrdea Drug. 

PlANO-MelvUle CUrke,Co- 
kmial style console, excel- 
l«at conditioo. $1,000. CaU 
461-4326. 

Trim Off 



29-Wanted To 1 



COLCm TV'S and bUdtand 
white portables, working 
or not. 466-3311, VirgtoU 
Beach TV. 



31 - Cains sad 



60-For Sale Portsmouth 



ESTABLISHED FIVE 
YEAR old business for 
sale. Complete stock in - 
eluded. Unusually good 
bargain! Churchland area. 
CaU 484-1026. 



NORVIEW RARE COINS - 
Norfolk's most complete, 
boy, seU trade, buyii^ aU- 
ver eoina, 42 Southern 
Slopping Center, NorfoU, 
653-8116. 



U-iw 



iwriry 



AWatofcea 



■■■ 



22-Dega, CaU> and OlMr Ptts 



PEK-A-POO's One female 
three males. Six weeks old. 
$SOeacb^ 420-0448. 



TOY POODLES - 6 weeks 
old. 2 malea anl2female8. 
$50 each. CaU 465-3342 
after 6 or 464-8223 and 
ask for Debbie. 



PEKINESE-2 females and 1 
male. 7 weeks old. Pm«rs, 
shots and wormed. $75. each. 
CaU Windsor Va. 242-6703 
or Cheaapeake 545-0766. 



14-Pesltla«s 




Music Radio 



fl ^'^^mm 



6-9 A.M. Jon Jeffrey Kay "Inthmomin" 

9-12 noon Randy Mac 
1 2-3 P.M. Rick Thomas 

3-6 PM. Bill Cody 
6-10 P.M. Joe Postove 
1 P.M.-2 AM. Miclcey Finn 
2-6 A.M. Jack Elliott 

AT ANYTIME-Bruce Good 



FR£8H fruit SALE! 
Direct from Florida. Spon- 
sored I7 ttie Indian River 
Band Bqoatera. Fruit wUl 
arive 00 Dec. lOUi. Pick 
up or we wUl deUver. To 
order or tor further infor- 
mation caU 424 - 2709 
or 420-6460. Orders must 
be in before Dec. 1st. SmaU 
cartons of oranges 4.25, 
large carton of orgaages 
7-.S0 Small' >'■ caTtnaa f : at 
Grapefrull - 4T»TL«*|e 
eartau of Grapetnit - 8.00 
SmaU cartooa o< aav«) or- 
anges - 5;00, Laife car- 
toaa of navel orangea-9.00 
SBttU cartona of Tangelos- 
4.25, Large cartons of Tan- 
geloa - 7.50. No Mixed 
Fruit. 



Be a Disc-Jockey 



Anaw BmadeaaliBg Idml Is 
H« to start aoaa. Part a< this 
■oatlUlHNdto 
Tbs CoVM eofin: 



aooa in toe Tidewnler area. ClaaaM are forming 
la aclaal on the air work with one of Tidawatara 



The Conrae eovera: 

a Claaaroom and atndto laatnctlon 
.Plenty al "Haada on Eqnipmaar training 
'Local radto *Alr PeraooaUttoa' are yaw teachara 
*Aetaal "Os The Air* training with a local atatioa 

Cnrrientam 
• D-Jwwk 
«Newacaatlag 



* Srd daaa F. C. C. Ueaase gnaraa^ad 



• Prognaii — ^- 

• Traffic j»d Opartflau 

• JobplaeaaaantServica 



For a f uHy llliMtrat«d brochura showing our f adlitlM 
and eoursa braakdownt, Mnd for our fioa brochure -no 
obligation. 

MAIL TO 

KKL Broadcasting Instituta 
P.O. Drawar "D" 
ChaaaiMNilto, Virginia 29320 

I Name -^- 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 

LOCALLY 
OWNED 

4B2-3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD 

WILSON 

SHOPratG CENTER 



Address. 

City 

Age 



•Zip. 




lllcardo,inc. 

nvnc cmAPEAKR 

FOR U TEARS 

dw Mghly talaad u- 
■odatea are raadyaadahla 
to find yon Ow heme al 
jev draaa's at the bast 
prleaa and toiau avaM - 
Ma, in today's mum. 
Omuk as lir fta vary 
httt aantee availabl«.'Va 



BEST BUT n GREAT 
niDGE |38,9e6.00t 
Mew aU brick, 3 bedroom 
ranehea. Central air, car- 



vicuao,wc. 

REALTOBS 
391 JOBRSTOWB RO. 
CniAnAKE, TA. IS2W 

•n tn vuiet or 

GREAT BBIDGE- 
64T-6N6 



^TArSSe^rl 



I WILL DO babysitting to 
my home tor pre-school 
age chUdran. Daya or ev- 
anii«a. E<p«nrienced. CaU 
462-1974. ■ 

BABYSmiMG-to my home 
to Great Brlitoa area. Any- 
time. CaU 547-4496. 



BABYSirnNG-wffl dobaby- 
atttbig to my home weekdays. 
Churchland Park area. CaU 
484-2303. 

GETTING your FCC radto- 
telapbOM Ueensa? Lat me 
h^ yoB, aa I have he4>- 
ad ottoa. CaU 490-2602 
Jerry Lund, Sr. 



USED COUHl TV'S from 
199.95 to 3249.95. Good 
selection. Heart of London 
Bridge. VirgtoU Beach TV 
186-331 



486-3311. 



ANT(»IE CAM LEARN. You 
can earn. Teach others a 
alm^ and creative new 
hobby ualng TRI CHEM U- 
qaid embroidery. No to- 
.420-4632. 



CB Radtoa • 155.00. 23 
channels, PA, ANL, 8RF, 
mater. Lock moonto $3.00 
Write Pete'a - 2016 Blne- 
berry Road, Virginia 
Beach. Va. 83451. 

FOR SALE - 1 year old 
Wurlitsar Piano console. 
Paid IISOD, must saU tor 
$1100. Can 464-2206. 

WUl CaatMi Fit Your 
Whoto Boaaa with LUXURY 
IHtAPESaM TRAVERSE 
RODS E9*rttr. tutaUad tor 



Excess 
Pounds and 
Inches. 

R can haiven to You With 
Oar High Protein Natural 
Vitamin Weight Loss Pro- 
gram. 

without exercise 
without hunger pains . 
without starvation diets 
This U a high prototo, an- 
trittoaa, toad aoaree with 
No Chemical addltlvea. 
MsMy Back Gwamtee if it 
doeaa't work tor you. 
Mnrgarat O'Laary 
at427-3639 
*s>:->>»5{«->»>:-»»:'»:-:-»»f 



FRUIT CAKE MDCES, nuts 
Herahey's chocolate bits, 
canned gooda at wholesale 
prices. Ricbter's, 801 Ora- 
pax, Norfolk 622-7339. 

HEATER to good condition 
Basto and toUet good con- 
dttton. Helen Pearce, 240 
Hurdle Dr. Cheaapeake,Va. 



HANDCRAFTED DULCI- 
MER • atraight from Uie 
Blue RldgeMountalns. |175 
(Ul 497-1176. 

COLE WARM MCHtNWG, 
wood or coal stove. |60. 
Circular saw sharpener. 
New, never used. |35.CaU 
462-1917. 



For Sale 

BRACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1' wide with pear 
ahape ornament and dia- 
monds on top. Very valu- 
able. CaU 547-1802. 



QEORQETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

tor 
People planning Homes 
A Custom Builders 
SALES OFnCE. . . 
333 Providence Rd. 

Cali 464-9317 



60-For Sa le Portsmouth 

CHURCHLAND - Brandon 
Square Townhouse. 3 bed- 
room, 1 1/2 baths, Livin- 
groom, Dining room, uti- 
lity. $30,500 or assume 
7 3/4 VA loan. Call 485- 
26Z4 work or 484-0173 af- 
ter 5 

70-Home Service 

FURNITURE: Refinishing, 
15 yrs. experience. Anti- 
ques and used. Free es- 
timates, pickup and deli- 
very, 547-7409or 543-0053 



AT. CORPORATION - In- 
terior and exterior paint- 
ing. Residential and com - 
mericial, roofing, remod- 
eling, siding. Anything you 
don't have time for and 
can't find someone to do 
just pick up your phone and 
caU us. After 6 p.m. 397- 
9046. 



34-Firewood 



FIREWOOD - mixed hard- 
wood ^ per cord. All Oak 
$60 per cord. Delivered 
421-3791. 



FIREWOOD For sale. Cut, 
spUt and aUcked. AU Hard- 
wood, Oak and Maple. 
Truck load $35. CaU 1- 
539-5471 or 497-6656. 



HOME 
SERVICES 



FREWOOD-AU hardwood, 
3/4 ton truck load. ^Ut, de- 
livered and stocked. 335. CaU 
467-1652 after 6 or 1-357- 
5946 lale Of Wight County. 



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mala 

Holiday DaUvary 



DRAPEMA8TERS 




SALE! 
ANTIQUES-refinlshed and 
to-the-rough. Loada of 
glassware A China, Just 
in. DOLLS - Bisque, 
French A German. Also 
Shirley Temples. Visit our 
doU room. Come browse 
Open 7 days a week. 
Melton's Antiqnaa 
4201 todian River Rd. 
We buy antiques, estotes 
k doU C<dleeUons, 420- 
6S11 . t «M W> t#»^ v^m0>\ 



35-Lawa and Gardaa 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT 
Free copy 48-pg Planting 
Guide Catalog to color - 
offered by VirgtoU'a lar- 
gest growers of fruit trees, 



nut trees, berry plants, 
grape vtoes, landscap - 
b^ plant material. Way- 
nesborb Nurseries -Way- 
nesboro, Virginia 22980. 



36-Farm Egnlpmant 



FOR SALE-H Farmall-to- 
tematlonal tractor, #10 H 
model. Good running con- 
dition. Seed driU, hydrau- 
Uc lift, 2 row model. Call 
421-2U3. 



HDUSTRIAL* 
CONSTRUCTK)N 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 



AIR COMPRESSORS 543-5723 





AND AIR 
TOOLS 



4333 Bainbridgs Blvd. 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air Compressors 
.Space Heaters 
.Chato Saws 
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.ForkUfls 
Cranea 
.Pumpa 



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GUARANTEED Never to 
Scorch Fabric Use it For 
Steam Ironing And S«w- 
ii« Aid, Makaa The Perfect 
Gift For Christmas 

NEWl^OW STEAIMSTRESS 
Raguiar Staamstrass ^12.95 
Daluxa Staamstrass f ^15.98 

nna Va. Tu 4% 

To Order Sand Cheek or Men ay Order To: 

Ed's Qlft Housa 

P.O. Bos 13416 
Choaapaaka, Va. 
33329 



FORK LIFET-1674-ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
Iba. Propane fttal, 190 hrs., 
Uke new, $7,500. CALL 
421-3760. 



45.-Apartmanto tor Rent 



LADY to ahare ^mriment. 
CaU 545-0121. Nights 468- 
7479. References required. 



FOR RENT - Furnished 
apartment. One bei to 
Lymhaven area of Va. 
Beach. Walk 1o Bay or 
shoppii« center. $125 
month-winter rates. MUi- 
Ury welcome. No pets. CaU 
481-3088. 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Builders 

Home Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage BuUders 
Room Additions 
Alumtoum Siding 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 

CAU.ANYTME 
545-7318 

Hugh E. BUck, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



PIANO tuning and repair. 
Player pianos also re - 
paired. Old piano i specia- 

Call 486-5916 



ROCNI AODITK)NS 
KITCHEN REMODELING 
*iUl alaaa of garages and 
attoehad gaiagaa. 
- ' C a a ia ai twaga to a dan 
or tomtty room 
Ceramic TUa, Brick, A 
Block work 

WeqieeiaUaeto 
Home Improvamentol 

RJH. BLACK 

Home Improvement Co. 
399-6459 397-7176 
ANYTIME EVENINGS 



E. D. THOMPSON 

Contracting Co. 

SPECIAL! 

Remodeling 

Additions. . . $2995 

For 12' by 22' room 
totorior Extra 

Custom 
Built Homes 
Sundecks 
Storm 
windows- 
doors 

FREE 
ESTOIATES 

463-0734 




HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 
General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean - 
ing, floor waxing and strip- 
ping, window cleaning, car- 
pet and upholstery sham- 
pooing. Bonded, tosured. 

FREE ESTOIATE. CaU 
DCMESTICARE at 465 - 
1971. 



Stump Grinding A Removal- 
Bush Hogging and Lot Clear- 
ing. 

SmaU Lot 

Grading 

CaU 

420-6914 

or 

424-1345 




LOT Clearing, Grading, 
Demolition, Acerage 
Clearing. Small or large 
jobs. By the hour or Job. 
FREE estimate call 547- 
1802. 




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Four bedrooma, 2 bath, L shaped brick ranch with 
cathedral ceUing with beams to the lamUy room 
and kitchen. Custom cabinets, carpets, living room, 
tormal dining room, two car garage with perma- 
aent atalrway to unfinished room over it. 



The Realtora haiow are proteastoaaU to real estate 
who anhaeriba to a strict code of rtUcs as maaOera 
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TaytorBraa. INalty 
3104 tyra Neck Rd. 



BrUtam Woods 
ForertHUU 
Cedar Grove 
Taytorwood 



484-4542 



FOR QUICK RESULTS 

1600 Speedy Ave. 
Oea^wake, Va. 23320 



CAU 
424-3720 




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499-1924 

371 Imiependence Blvd. 




Downtown Dinning 

112 COLLEGE PLACE 

NORFOLK. VA. 

623-7202 

LUNCHES 

NortoUcs newest dinning sensation. 

Live JAZZ provided Friday and Saturday 

Loncii-Monday - Saturday 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. 
Dinner-Tuesday - Thursday - 5 p.m. - 9 p.m. 
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160 Newtown Road opposite Ramada Inn 491-4312 
Men. • Thurs. tU 12:30 AM Fri. and Sat. til 1 AM 



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TUESDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 
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THURSDAY NIGHT SPECIAL 

- FREE ^cial Kyoto Appetizer 
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CLOSED MONDAYS 
442 Newtown Rd. 499-1657 



Party enjoys cozie atmosphere and ptentifti portions 



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FRESH SEAFOOD 

Flounder, Shrimp, Blues, 
Crabcakes, Soft Shell 
Crabs, Rocks, Scallops, 
Snapper Lobster, Salmon 
Halibut, etc. 



STEAKS 
Sirloins, Delmonicos, 
Marinated, T-Bones, etc. 

408 Laskin Road 



CASSEROLE SELECTIONS 

Shrimp Saute' in Butter, 
Crabmeat An Gntin, Lob- 
ster Meat in Butter, Alas- 
kan King Crab. Sealood 
Newberg, Crab baperUl, 
airimp, Crabmeat, etc. 

All Our Foods Are Fresh 
OaUy 



Resenrations-425-9771 



By DEBORAH L. lOU 
SUN Entertainment Writer 



Like most people, I usually 
prepare for a night out to 
dinner by eating relatively 
UgU that day in htqies of 




working up a sizable ajyetite 
by dinner time. 



Before I dined at Johnny 
D'apolito's Yardarm Re - 
taurantr located just few 
blocks from the oceanfront 
at 408 Laskin Rd. in Vir- 
ginia Beach, I should have 
done better than "lightly"— 
I shouldn't of eaten at all. 

My broiled seafood plat- 
ter of shrimp, scallops, stuf- 
fed flounder, lobster tail and 
crabmeat was too much for 
me to finish, delicious as it 
was and even with the as - 
sistance of my dinner par- 
tner who (parden the ex - 
presslon) had his mouth full 
trying to finish his plate of 
Jnmbo fried shrimp. 

At the Yardarm, you may 
dine fireside as we did, mak- 
ing the already-cozy atmos- 
phere of the room even coz- 
ier. Treasures of the briney 



deep, displayed around the 
room, along with pegged wood 
floors set a nautical tone 
mnch lite you'd see inside 
of a ship's cabin. 

The mrau features fresh 
sealQOd and prime stotks 
alike, and all fOr a reason- 
able priee. Crabmeat augra- 
tin, and a crabmeat and lob- 
ster casserole sauteed in 
butter are Just two of the 
eight delectable casseroles 
dishes ottered on the menu 
for $5.95. 



You've nndoubtly h^rd of 
the burger that takes two 
hands to hold. How does a 
cocktail that requires two 
hands to hold and two feet 
planted firmly on the ground 
sound fbr ^.50? The Capt- 
ain's SpecUl, 18 ounces of 
the captain's special mix 
prepared with either gin or 
brandy (served in a giant 



frosted glass) is something 
you have to see to t>elieve. 
And certainly worth trying. 
Just another display of the 
generous portions served to 
those who frequent the Yar- 
darm! 



Those who posses a mara- 
than runner's ai^tite and 
have room for dessert after 
dinner should definitely try 
the home-baked carrot cake. 

If you can't fit it in, it's 
even worth ordering a piece 
to take home and ffljoy later. 
It's that good! 

Hearty aiyetites, whether 
they be long souls of the 
sea or landlubbers like my- 
self will be satisfied and 
stuffed after a trip to the 
Yardarm. The food is plen- 
tiful, the prices reasonable, 
service attentive and the at- 
mc^pbere warm and cozy. 



VHla^ Inn Pizza 
AlceCreamParior 

1905 Laskin Road Next to Hilltop VolkxwagOB 
Tel. 422-4224 

GOURMET PIZZA 

'Siqwr &lads 

*Hot DcU &Bdwiehes 

'Italian Puta Dinners 




BREYER'S ALL-NATIONAL 
ICE CREAM 

*Sttper Sundaes 

*01d time movies and cartoons 
*Free-Horsey rides A Bali«»His 

*Childrea's Birthday ParUes our ^ecialiiy 






Maison Michelle 



A Portsmouth restanrant in a Virginia 
Beach restaurant golde is only practiaa 
If tte dining experience is miqne, and for 
the put year BMCh rtstdeats have food that 
MAISON MICHELLE otfers an atmosphere and 
cuisine tlttt is unequalled in the Ti(towater area. 



The mood is antteaileaUy "country Franca' and 
Chef Jean Dansin's ei^ertise is obvious in the 
array ol menu ttema that have been presented 
during the restaurants Urst yMr. 



RaservatlMs are a mnst. The dress is easal. 

flvt-eearse meal iaclnding wine is otfer«l 
a fixed ^ee. (413-2937) 




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BLUE PETE'S 
RESTAURANT 





A frert Sedeod Rwtaurant located in rural Vii^taia 
Beach aimt « steoM throw hum Oe former witch 
of Pu«9's hMie. 0«r decor is rustic and the atmos- 
phere is casiil tai^mtT- A imaU friendly m^ i» 
flie woods on tte Bade Bay. Seafood is prepared and 
co(*ed by the owaer. For a raique dinii« experience 
take a trip to Ow eoeatqr. 

WUle dining at Wne Mte's visit flie Craft ^hv where 
yo« wm And msml hand made items by local crafU- 
mM. . 

QbUU dirils, ZHw WIUMBts, n/fn, photogt^, 
everlast^ caDdM. hmae mde Jtily or a driftwood 
dock may be tiw pwteet glfl lor tot special per«». 

CrafU Sh(9 Hours • Mm-^. MO jm 

Rec. by B^M^ A Ta. Travel Guide Magazine 
OPEN YEAfi aOUIO) 1865 Muddy Creek Rd. 




The OFF-SITE 

Restaurant & Lounge 

HiUtmp Square Shapflng Cmnter 
VltyinteBcMh, Vk 




AUTHENTIC NEW YORK 
DELICATESSEN RESTAURANT 

Breakfast • Lunch • Dinner 
Entertabment NK^itiy 

Open Year Round. 7 Days lla.m.-la.m. 

Friday and Saturdays 9 a.m. - 3 a.m. 

3108 Padfle Ave. Va. Beach at 81st. ^ 



this space is 
reserved for you 

call 486-3430 for Information 



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r ikSi Italian 

yj^^^d Family Nfflht 

'"" RELAX 

"Leave the cooldng to us" 

Entertainment Nightly 
Tidewater's single leading ntertalner 

William Bernell 



Veal a la Caesar 
Choice Veal Chunks, 
sauteed bi Chefs i^pedal 
Red Sauce, witt Frert 

Green Pqipers and Much- 
rooms 

Childrm Under twelve yrs. old Spaghetti and Meatball 
113 N. Plaza Trail 99^ each 84ai-SS44 



1) Veal Cutlet Parmigiana 

2) Meat Balls in Casserole 

3) Baked Stuffed Lasagne 

4) Baked Rigatoni and 
Italian Sausage 




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For the finest Itellan dishes. 
Eqtert chefs take pride in preparing 
.only the tastiest culinary delights which 
are senml to ytm in a warm and intimate 
atmos^re. Open from 5:00 p.m. 
Pascals j^etaa Isle of Capri i^r« wa eu 
M^y «ietails and <kaelag to Kq) aameahow 
grm^s aatU 2 a.m. 

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New Kempsvilte Recreation Center near completioh 



By STEVE STONE 
SUM Mevs Editor 

Itisbig...aodb«HMtal. 

The first inprenloo comes slrapljr 
on trrivlnc at tbe KvmptvtUe Secrea- 
tioD Colter, now oetrias eom^tion, 
and viewing tlw Itrft, r«d-t)rid[strvc- 
turs with ltsnumiratti«>rDers, ibves, 
poiats and otiwr arcUtflctnral styles. 
The secrad impretsioo itnlopa as.a 
bleod of se«iiif the twiUing incite and 
emjdoyiaK some iBii«ination bf adding 
cqulpoMt and pao^e that will soM be 
therf. 

The center is a flrst in Tidewater 
and is believed to be the only one at 
tts kM in the commoowealth. 

When qien, the e«^er will ofiler 
three floors of activity qwee rangtag 
from a full'Sise swianlng pool and 
gym, DWrnal in any such center, to 
bowlli% alleys, a performing arts cen- 
ter and spacious kitcl)en facilities, 
nlLso coDinon. 

w^ tour Saturday afternoon, Cen- 
ter ^pervisor John Giles and Jerry 
Witt, assistant center siqwrvisor, 
proudly «q>lained tbe purposes of tbe 
massive, 8S,000 square-foot strac - 
tare's many facilitiea. 

Eicludlng otHees h4 kitdmis, -tiie 
center has eight roooiis for specific 
and multi-purpose physical use and 15 
other aras fOr arts, crafts, meetings 
and related activtty. / 

Host unusual is the entry wdf which 
will be used for art and dakr dis- 
plays. Not simply a room with four 
walls you walk through and where you 
see things hanging on walls, the area 
itself has bad some careful architec- 
tural consideration. 

A gently slopii« ramp winds its way 
around the large, pillared room in three 
comidete circles reaching each floor. 
Along the way, display areas nd large 
amounts at wall space are availiUile. 
At fir^ a flsitor mi^ thiiric the plan 
was to make the buildii^ more ac- 
ceMible to the handicapped. However, 
the ramp is sligbtly ste^ fbr wheel- 
chairs. But the building is completely 
designed with handicqiped in mind. 
Wide elevators, hallways and even 
special drinking fOuatelBs have been 
provided so that the center is truly 
aEVallable tor every cltiMn of Virginia 
Beach, a fact wbich Giles and Witt 
stress. 




TNs view of;#ie new Kempsvie Rec. Center shows the main entrances and the windowed swimming pool area at right. Morefhotos, page A-4 



out the building) are also located on 
Uie first floor. Hie large meeting room 
with connected catering and training 
kitchens is a major feature. 

Tbe swimming pool, which is one 
floor above, was built with r^sairs 
in mind. The pool has a service ball- 
way anMuxl its entire fbundation on the 
first floor to allow quick spotting of 
leaks or other possible problems. 

The second floor holds the large 
gjnnnasittm, which can be divided into 
two smaller gyms, and has all the 
fiicillties and abilities of any superior 
gym. 

Tbe 25 meter swimming pool is on 
this level. Featuring six lanes, the pool 
is enclosed in a large, glassed area 
and employs a highly technical heat 
reclimation system. Engineers excus- 
ing our attempt at explanation, basi- 
cally the heat of the water and that 
generated through the windows will be 
recirculated throughout the buildii«, 
cutting energy costs. 

HawBMLll courts, dressing rooms, 
showers, bag rooms (visitors will use 
bags rather thaii lockera for their 
dotUag), the up|«r a^Mge area and 
classrooBis complete tbe second floor 




center beJoqgs to every eltUea ot tbe 
Beach. Anyone may use its facilitites. 

Currently, there are no specific 
plan for membership Aies 6r use 
fees. Rans are that the Mtter will 
be Of&i to all at no general cost; 
certain special programs m^ oper- 
ate under a nominal fee. 

The fint floor includes a horseshoe 
alley, a bOwling alley with two lanes 
(which can be covered over to allow 
other use such as an archery range, 
pme rooms, a teen lonoge, numerous 
tvoras tor creative arts and the stage. 

The stage is not like iiqr other in 
the city. Designed to seat several hun- 
dred, it too is built with handtcaived 
in mind. Sli^y slsf^ pass^es lead 
into the area. The thrust stage is Urge 
and expands halitny into the aodieoce 
providing for more fiexiMUty. Guests 
«m face the st^e from three itirec- 
ttoas. Ample space is projrtded for 
training stage crews as weQ as aidiag 
the performers. Light and sound sys- 
tems have been carefully designed. 

Vending machines, offices, a main 
lounge, laundry fadUties and a groit 
deal of storage space (found throttgh<- 



otrtt the peolkwIttefyB 
t w«D u an ^j^eMESl''nom to be 
outfitted with various types and pieces 
of nuo^ise eqg^ent and nati. 

Pinal costs of the stmdure are not 
yet known, there is still site work to 
be omideted on the M^eres. 93 mil- 
Uon is a rough estimate. Totnls courts, 
an archery range, basketbeU«imrts and 
other outside uses are ^Ul possfUe. 
There is a large amoiiBt of parking 
space which should be well used and has 
the potential for craft fairs and other 
special outdoor crowd activities. 

Constmetlon started a year ago and 
had proceeded smoothly. Fire officials 
were on hand Satunby making an ini- 
tial tcnir of the structure which is ex- 
pected to be opened sometime in 
February. 

Virgida Beach, a city which haslMen 
lacking in enclosed recreattonal facili- 
ties, will not lack then much loiter. 
It is an interesting <aad not bad) 
coincidence that the Kempsvllle Re- 
creation center and ttie United Way 
Family Center near Mt. Trashmore 
(which has some similar facilitira) 
are caning within monfts of etch 
other. 



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Qt Q gJonce 



it wu a dtsappobiting weekend for 
■ret Beach Ugft sAods la sports. 
FoeOall and cross country seasons 
oaae to a close and no one was a 
wianer. See page B-1. 



"Miracles" are sonelUagnuayofus 
wish for and now Hwy are the to|iie 
tt a special semlnu-. See this story 
and all Ike ehureh news on page A-S. 



Bnch students will be li Moscow, 
Leaden, hris and Ifce DlMnal Swamp 
m$ fuuarf. Sound interesting? See 
I A-4. 



The Princess Anne B10 School Band 
won ksaors in North Card ina this put 
week. Bud Lowe covers the bands en 
pignB-«. 



k-1. 



VirglaU Beach CU; CoancU 
a park, it gate it! See page 



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By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

A report justifying Virginia Beach's 
use of helicopters proved to be so im- 
pressive that one city councilman start- 
ed thinking in terms of expanding the 
aervlce. 

included in the report presented to 
City Coundl at an informal session 
Moaday afternoon were statements 
from R. Lee Eskey of emergency ser- 
vices, on operating costs; Aubrey V. 
Watts Jr. director of the Departraeid 
at Piddle UtiUUes which uses the heli- 
coiters for aerial observatioos and 
Poltee Chief W.W. Davis ctting the 
copters' usefulness in cases of bur- 
glaries and pursuit situations. 

The report was initially requested 
wten Council was asked to and did ap- 
prove constnictiOD of hangar facilities 
for tte dty's helicopters. 

Vifgiala Beach owns four helicop- 
ters, three for service and one for 
parts, but Council learned that none of 
the copters had the capacity for carry- 
ing litters. A|i a result George L. Han- 
bury said, the helicopters have not been 
able to serve the ambuluce service. 

Eskey said the cost is^nuch higher 
Ixtth to purchase and operate that type 
of craft, and ntme were available at toe 
time the dty acquired the other heli- 
copters. Tbe first two helicopters were 
acquired urough the Civil Defense Pre- 
paredness Agency on a five year loan 
agreement which is expected to be re- 
newed for an indefinite period when the 
first contract expires. The third was 
purchased for |300 through the State 
&irplas Property Agency, and a fourth, 
aeqhlred for |tOO, famishes parts for 
the other three. 

Coimcllman John R. Griffin suggMt- 



ed that when the city needs to replace 
one of the helicopters, it should con- 
sider acquiring one with tbe capabili- 
ties to carry phtieirts from hard-to 
reach areas to hospitals. Even if tbe 
city doesn't increase the size of the 
force, it might look into diversifying 



Education 



its equipment, ha said. 

Hanbury also said that use (tf the hel- 
icopters has decreased the need for 
marine patrols. He aaid Nortolk and 
Portsraoirth also have tellcopters. 

The Virginia Beach hMicopters have 
also been made availautito the F.B.I. 
U.S. Customs in connecttoi with drug 
adivity, and the Chesapeake Police De- 
partment. ,, 



During the current fiscal year the 
helicopters are expected to compile 
1,500 flying hours at a |40.34 cost per 
flight hour . Total supporting equip- 
ment and facilities expenditures for the 
current and last years should total 
$20,256. 

In other adi(»is. Council: 

-Granted David and Meral Howard a 
Continiwd on page 7 



Center 



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approved 



A Pn^uletary School License has 
been granted tbe Easter Seal Center, 
SIOl Magic Holland Blvd. (Green Run 
area), Virgtoia Beach, to operate a 
school for children with communicative 
disorders. 

The scbool,wtll specialize in ideirtlfy- 
ing and aaKssifg tbe dimensions of 
language learnii^ disability in pre- 
school aged chUdren who may benefit 
from aa^earlf remedial education. 

Tbe sA>ool mnc^ emerged as a re- 
sult of a two year pilot study conduct- 
ed by speech pathologlats at the center 
in an attemj^ to devalq> a group pro- 
gram to stimulate progress towards a 
child's highest level of flmctloning and 
pr^Mre him to be mainstreamed into 
regular classes. 

As part of the overall program, par- 
ents , are educated to continue the learn- 
ing process in tbe home environment 
and are helped to mderstand how 
(Contfoued on page A-2) 



At Christmas 



Less time-off 
for city worlcers 



Since Christmas falls on a Saturday 
this year, Virginia Beach city employ- 
ees will miss out OB an extra half- 
day holktay. 

Under city ordliance, city employees 
are given a bolfatay <» Christmas day 
and the afternoon of Christmas Eve. 
to cases where Christmas hHs oe a 
Saturday, Friday is a boUitay. to cases 
where Chri^mas falls^ dndky. Mon- 
day is ^ holiday. And tbe half-day 



extra, for Christmas Eve, will fade 
into oblivion. 

That's what the city fathers de- 
cided at tbe informal session of Coun- 
cil last week, autboricii« City Mana- 
ger George L. Hanbury to have an 
ordinance prepared maUng the posi- 
ti<» clnr. 

Tte same q^idles for the New Year 
holiday. 

C(ntlaned on page ? 




Christmas? 



The holidays are near, as some stores show 



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A-2 - Virginia B^ch Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 

Skipped the shot? 

You'll know 




• • 



enough 



if you have swine flu 



If jrou are one on the thousands 
In Virginia Beacb who, for one reason 
or sdiothcr, have decided not to sub- 
mit :to sviae influenaa vaccination, 
how will joa recognize the disease 
if yo^ get it? 

Accordii« to virologists and ^i- 
demlologists, titt onset wUl be sad- 
den and dramatic. 

Y9U may be perfectly well at noon 
and sick as a dog by dinner time. 
Your muscles may, ache and so may 
your, ItMd. You may have diarrh^. 

Ybur temperature may be as high 
as QM. If you are a typical case, 
your disease will mn its course in 
from four to seven days. 

Bat residual damage to your lungs 
may take several weeks to heal. Pneu- 
monia rarely develi^, but it is that 
whi<^ most often kills. 

If you experience all of this vo-i 
may: have Tj^je A New Jersey (swine) 
flu, itat chances are even greater you 
won't. 

Ilie trouble with influenza is that 
there are a score of different viruses 
that ; produce the same type of all- 
punt)se symptoms. 

You may have swine flu or you 
may; have A Victoria or a B-strain 
influenza or a whole variety of un- 
relaied viruses called rhinoviqpses 
(they're responsible for the common 
cold), or you may have an adenovi- 
rus :of which there are 35 recog - 
nizeii types. 

U fact, there are more than 300 
viruses which infect humanity. 

Many of them can cause clinically 
indi^ii«uishable respiratory in - 
fectlons. 

Xfter all, the lung has a limited 
raqje of responses it can make to 
an iMection. 

"JVhen a patient comes to the hos- 
pital and presents symptoms of a 
virai infection," Dr. Michael Ozman 
sai(t "and by doing the best physi- 
cal ^examination around and the best 
general laboratory tests, we still 
canj be sure if it is influenza or 
an adenovirus or a rhinovirus or many 
other things." 

How in the world, then, are we ever 
goiil^ to know if there really is swine 
flu 9iis season or not? 

'^We need to know if we are hav- 
ing « swine flu problem and we need 
to inow if the vaccine is working," 
Ozman, a virologist and professor of 
me^cine at the University of Cal- 
ifoi^iia at San Diego School of Med- 
icine, said. 

'Und the way we will find out is 
higl&y-specialized and eqwnsive and 
will) be done only in certain places. 
We; will try to isolate the virus in 
the; patient and grow it. And if we 
can« grow it we will.be able to inen- 
tifylit and give it a name." 

And chances are strong that the 
nan(e of that virus is more likely 
to l)e Victoria than swine, which won't 
ma^e you feel any better. 

in many instances, Victoria can 
mate you sicker than the swine flu, 
especially because the swine strain 
basli't had a chance to move around 



much auKMig humankind. 

Victoria is here. It was here 
last year and it almost certain to 
return. This summer - winter in the 
Southern Hemisphere - was what one 
public health officer called a "rip- 
snorter." 

If you are 60 and older (65-plus 
in some states) or if you are chron- 
ically ill. you may get the bivalent 



vaccine lor protection against both 
Victoria and New Jersey or swine. 

If you are under 60 and healthy 
you are entitled to only the swine 
flu vaccine. 

But no matter which you get, the 
vaccines are only about 70 per cent 
effective. That is, even though vac- 
cinated you can still get the flu 
(either one), although you pn^bly 
won't be as sick. „ 



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/uA/hine 
girl 



By Rod Mann 




Holly Pittman 

Holly was a finalist in Tidewater for U>e Hiss Teenage Vir- 
glBla UUe recently and has gone to Washington, D. C. as a final- 
ist the last two years. She is now attending Old Dominion Uni- 
versity with her interests leaning towards a career in clinical 
psychology. She is a graduate of Cox High School and lives in 
Great Heck Point. 



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Center 



(CoaUiMd from page A-1) 



to ;ope with a language im- 
pel^ child. 

II is planned that classes 
will meet daily tor half-day 
sessions in the Easter Seal 
Ceiter, which is an architec- 
turally barrier-free bnild- 
ii%^ Classrooms are approz- 
imafely 400 square feet, car- 
peted and well-lighted. 

Enrollment will be limit- 
ed to eight children per tea- 
cher. Teachers are state 
Uctnsed speech pathologists 
and certified teachers. Dur- 
ingithe school year, teachers 
wlM be assisted tqr student 
■p^h clinicians and oc- 
ca^ooal resource persons 
•htfl also be employed. 

Intrance into the Easter 
Se^ Early Childhood Educa- 
tioi Center is not dqiendent 
i9(in age bat rather iqion 
ability and the diild's cap- 
ab^ty to cape with the de- 
nutfids of tte class. Hie de- 
gree of social maturity, hy- 
penctivity, physical aber- 
rations and degree at lang- 
uage delay, are among par- 
angers used to determine 



dailfomla 
X[-ma8 party 
80t Dec. 4 

the 2«Ui Aanoal Tiitewa- 
teiC Associatka for Rriard- 
edXitizeos Diuier Heettag 
wi^ be held tomorrow evea- 
ii^, Nov. 18, at the Cmb- 
mddore CraMry Clrib. 

k social hour wlU begin 
at !6 p.m. followed Iqr dimwr 
at ;7 p.m. For additional In- 
foraaatiOB call 855-3013. 



srttability for a particular 
dass. In general, the ages 
ace between three and six 
years. 

Children enrolled in the 
program must be without 
severe emotional handicaps, 
at least within the educable 
mentally retarded range of 
measured intelligence, able 
to function on a social level 
consistent withother current 
class memliera, at least one 
year below chronological age 
expectations in language 
function, and be capable of 
ambulaticm or self-propul - 
sioa (if on enrtdies or in a 
wheelchair). 

At |»«seaft, the school will 
be capable of conducting four 
classes of eigM children 
each. Two classes are plan- 
ned for the morning and two 
in the aflenxxm. Enroll- 
m«ts are now being taken 
for a half year tern which 
will begin on or ahoot Jan- 
uary 17, 1977. For more in- 
formation, call 427-1460. 

The Easter S^ Early 
Childwod EdBcati(» C«ter 
has been established to re- 
spond to tte needs of tendi- 
capped cUMren in the Tide- 
water Commmlty . It is a one- 
of-a-kind program in the en- 
tire area to serve langnge 
delayed ^Mm. 

AppUcatlw has been made 
to the SfteUi EdMttton De- 
partment (rftheSlateDapirt-. 
ment of Eitacatton to d^er- 
miw If the adaol meets 
Stat* Board of E<tacatk» cri- 
tcrte lor tte ezpendttnre (4 
^t« Itadsto^pport certain 
hanttcapped ddUren enroll- 
ed la Owsdnol. Intte mean- 
iMte, wnrttaneMs arebeiag 
tatea m a tuitioii fee basis 
reprtsMtiag the cost of op- 
eratlMS only. 



Little Theatre 
announces play 



"Cat on a Hot Tin Root', 
a drama by Tennessee Wil- 
liams that has l>een called 
one of the most successful 
plays of our time, will open 
a three weekend run Fri- 
day, Nov. 19 at the Little 
Theatre of Virginia Beach 
on 24th and Barberton Drive. 

It will continue Friday and 
Saturday performances at 
8:30 p.m. through Dec. 4. 
A Sunday matinee will be held 
at 3 p.m. Nov. 28. 

Directed by Liz SUls, a 
veteran from the conc^iUon 
of the LTVB, "Cat" follows 
her critically acclaimed pro- 
ductions of "A areetcar Na- 
med Desire" and "Seuth." 

Set in a southern planta- 
tion house, the memt>ers of 
the Ihmily are celebratii% the 
birthday of the "Big Daddy". 
Under the mask of gaiety 
greed, sin, and frustrations 
enqit to reveal the inner 
tmths about Ihetr lives. Flo 

REACT 
is ready 

Chesapeake, Norfolk, 
Portsmouth and Virginia 
Beach are monitored 24 
houra a day over Channel 
9 bf Tidewater REACT. 

REACT is a nation-wide 
Mgsnizatton of nearly 1,000 
vtAirtMr gToofs t(^lingap- 
|Hro]dmateIy 40,000 vol- 
anteera who utilize equip - 
raeM in the Citizens Radio 
Service to monitor Emer- 
gency Channel 9 and pro- 
vide local two-way radio 
communication in response 
to emergencies. 



Beach symphony 
plans concert 



TGC 
thinks 

metrics 



The Virginia Beach Civic 
Symphony will bold its first 
concert of the season Nov. 21 
at 2:30 p.m. at the Virginia 
Beach ClvicCenter (Dome). 

Under the direction of 
Walter Noma, guest soloist 
wUl be Faye Edwards who 
recently an>eared in activi- 
ties in the Virginia Beach 
Neptune Festival. 

A native of Norfolk, Faye 
began her professional sing- 
ing career following gradua- 
tion from Maury High School. 

Ste went to New Yortc and 
joined tte New York City 



Center's production of 
"Carousel." She then per- 
formed with the National 
Touring Company in the cast 
of "South Paciflc." 

Faye appeared on Broad- 
way in "Fanny" and later 
sang the lead in the produc- 
tion of "Plain and Fancy." 
While in New York, she was 
a frequent guest performer 
on many national network 
television shows including 
The Arthur Godfrey Show, 
The Sid Caesar Show, and 
The Jack Paar Show. 

Faye left New York to re- 



Lineage workshop 
starts Thursday 



turn to Norfolk to marry Wil- 
liam M. Edwards, is now 
the mothe r of five children 
and resides with her family 
in Virginia Beach. 

Faye has continued to pur- 
sue her musical interest by 
performii% in , numerous 
local concerts singing with 
The Virginia Beach Civic 
Chorus and appearing with 
The Virginia Beach Little 
Theater. She sang the lead 
in The Virginia Beach Lit- 
tle Theater's production of 
"Kismet." 

Cabaret tables will be set 
up for the concert with wine 
and cheese available. Tick- 
ets are ^ for adults and $2 
for students 18 and under. 
Families may take advan- 
tage of the $10 family tick- 
et. 



A lineage research work- 
shop wiU be presented by 
Adam Thoroi«hgood Chap- 
ter, DAR Thursday, Nov. 18 
at 10 a.m. in the Jefferson 
Room, Atlantic Permanent 
Savings and Loan Buildi^ 

00 Ind^MBdeace Boulevard. 
Guests include the regents 

of other district one chap- 
ters and their lineage re- 
search chairmen. Hostesses 
tor this event are Mrs. Geo- 
rge D. Terry and Mrs. Dor- 
othy Edwards. 

The workshop will be pre- 
sented by Mrs. Douglas M. 
Joyner, certified Genealo- 
gist and certified librarian. 
Mrs. Joyner has twaity years 

01 operience in genealogical 
research and has taught 
classes in basic genealogy 
at Paul Camp Community 
College, Franklin, Virginia; 
Tidewater Community Col- 
lege, Portsmouth; Old Do- 
minion University; Norfolk 
County Historical Society; 
and the Chesapeake Public 
Library. She is German re- 
search chairman for the Gen- 
ealogical Society, Hampton, 
and is a meml>er of many 
genealogical and historical 
societies. 

I T Mi W g rte h op to a COP- - • 
tadllg^lBwrW tie part t<- 

ef the diapter members dur- 
ing the Bicentennial years 



to record and hmior addi- 
tional revolutionary ances- 
tors. 

The DAR have long had 
an interest in American 
genealogy and the National 
Society Daughters of the 
American Revolution in 1896 
established a genealogical li- 
brary in Washington, D.C. 
This library, open to the 
public, now contains some 
60,000 books and phamiA- 
lets plus approximately 
30,000 manuscripts. Included 
in tte library card catalo- 
gue is a special index sys- 
tem by family names. 

In addition, thereare type- 
written and bound copies of 
countless unpublished Bible, 
court, church and cemetary 
records which are available 
in no other library. These 
were acquired through the 
efforts of Daughters who have 
copied, verified and indexed 
the obscure and difficult -to- 
find records. 



PTA 



Beginning with tte Win- 
tar Quarter, Jan. 4, Wl, 
the Virginia Beach (^pas 
of Tidewater Comaqntty 
CoUflg* will <tfter Matt 110- 
"IntrodueUM to the Mrtric 
Syit^'. This «mrse wlU 
airy one (Allege credit and 
will meet one night a week 
tor two hours during the 
<iittrter. 

The coune is dcsiped to 
ptvptn interested persons 
for the transition from tte 
U.8. to tte metric system, 
vUdi will soon tette staa- 
. dard measurem«t fycton 
used ttrou^ut tte welHd.- 

For those persons d««r- 
i^ to make the transition 
tb tte metric system easier,; 
furtter information on rtf- 
istration and course eOa> 
t^ can te received by eall- 
iag the Office of Cattittuttg 
Education at 427-3070. 



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SE* 9 ♦090 



Dinner 
set for 
tomorrow 

The USS California's chil- 
dren 's Christmas party will 
be heldSaturday,Dec.4from 
2-5 p.m. at tte Navy Wives 
of America Club buildii« in 
tte Little Cre^ Amidiibious 
Base in Virginia Beach. 

For reservations and ad- 
ditional information call 
Wanda MUlhouse, 499-9244. 



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The Thalia Elementary 
PTA will sponsor a barbeque 
dinner this evening, Nov. 17, 
from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the 
school cafeteria. 

The dinner will benefit the 
Hunter B. David Hemoiial 
Sctolarship Fund. The award 
is made annually to a deserv- 
ing senior at Princess Anne 
High School who has attend- 
ed Thalia Elementary. 

Donations are $2 for adults 
and 11.50 for children. Tic- 
kets are on sale this morn- 
ing from 8:30-9 a.m. in tte 
school foyer and will te 
available at tte door tonight. 



Haynie stars as Maggie, tte 
Cat, with Bob Burchette as 
Brick, and Mac McMaous 
as "Big Daddy". 

Mr. McManus is well 
known as an actor, director, 
and former television per- 
sonality. Ms. Haynie was last 
seen in tte LTVB productions 
of "The Boyfriend" and "Pic- 
nic." Bob Burcb^e tes ap- 
peared in many local tteatres 
to critical plaadits tor his 
woit in "The Crucible" and 
"That Ctempionship Sea- 
son." 

Reservations may te made 
by calling 428-9523. Prices 
are |3.2S adult and |1.75 
student with group rates 



available 




HaveaCMce... 



Pregnancy Testing 

Counseling 

Pregnancy Termination 

Birth Control Information 

HILLCREST CLINIC 

(804} 480-2800 

1600E. Little Creek Road 
Norfolk, Va 23518 




Straight Talk About 
MICROWAVE OVENS. . . 

There are 23 brands 
and 96 models on the 
market today! 

Only 2 Do Not Require 

This Government 
Warning LaiN»l 



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To ticanin Micnwivo CMiif 

DO NOT Mton»t to Optrato TliU Own WWi : 

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Final Ctoieoiit on 

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SAVE <2Q-«30-<5b up to 



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now for cooking mIkxH sclMdule 

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iuu Wmiui Cm ol Wf lam usUbi tin. TkoMi 

Pnmtt Id Ml Dnkt of Snttolk Dr. la the pttrekut of i 



pint at Ito Euton Shore Ckiiitrs koUday tasaar. 

(SUH photo by SteTt Stooe) 



Wbmen select officers 



The United Methodist CInirch Women 
•teeted otHcen tor 1977 recently. They 
are: 

Itn. Leonard H. Boms; president, 
Mrs. William, U. WUsod; vice presi- 
dent, MjTS. Robert J. Robertson; re- 
eortUag secretary/ Mrs. Shelby L. 
Qpradlln; Correctional secretary, Urs. 
John R. Shannon; treasurer, Mrs. R. 
E. Jewell; christian social involve- 
ment, Mrs. T. R. Wolfe, ID; duis- 
tian global eoeeems, Mrs. Oarles 



Earley Jr.; christian personbood, Mrs. 
Robert L. CoDsolvo; supportive com- 
monity, Mrs. E. Martio HarreU; her- 
mltace fuild, Mrs, George N. Grant; 
procram resources, Mrs. C . Oral Lam - 
bert Jr.; membership, Mrs. Riclard 
K. TlUey; circles, Mrs. H. N. Ether- 
id|e; altar gvlld, Mrs. A. Worth Pet- 
ty; parlor, Mrs. HmoOiy R. Thomas; 
kitchen, Mrs. Earl Batsley; pUbUcity, 
Mrs. A. W. Craft; iominatioas and 
Mrs. Bernard Via; local church re- 
sponsftillty. 



BadiQ.show r^^iiimed 

tMcJ& 4l im S i*> 'cm^ «<4e »°«t^ 

Fi^t ColoBial Rd., has resumed Oe voU -taNn «^e am haTbig served 



raifio broadcast of its &mday moming 
servic*s at 11 a.m. over radio station 
WVAB, 1590 on the AM dial. 

The church formerly aired its ser- 
vices for many years and tts broad- 
cast over Oe Virginia Behdi sUtloa 
had become a "landmark in the 

area." 

The program has not been heard 
since 1974 and the former large aa- 
(Bence wUl be hapnr to lean of iU 
retam to the air. 

Response to the broadcast caaMfrom 
as far away as Pittsburg, Pa. 

First Colonial is the otiy Charis- 
matic Baptist Church in Tidewater 
wMi a ministry that readMs naUon- 
wide. 



u fiastbr of tte Aareh since 1961. 
His messages are often coMrover- 
sial but biUcal. As an author, his- 
torian, aad evangelist, he often pre- 
ehes irtth the blending of today's news 
and yMterday's jmsitef. 

Rev. StalUngs is known across the 
nation aad Canada through tte numer- 
ous appaaraaces oa the PTL tele- 
vision BCtwoifc and Oiroai^ First Co- 
loaial ProdoetloBs, aa arm d the 
eboreh ftui prodoeea teadyag cassette 
ti^M aad raitto Ivoaieasts. 

The dogu e( the aew 'Voice <rf 
Flnrt CokMtfU" wiU be, "U You 
C^t Attend, Jetai us by Radio." 



Service 
seeking 
clothing 



The St. Matthew's Church, 3316 San- 
dra Lane in Virginia Beach, is conduct- 
ing a drive for used cliAUng in good 
condition for Catholic Relief Services 
Sunday, Nov. 21 Saturday, Nov. 27. 

Donations can be placed in the as- 
sei^ly hall. 

,4 mMk i« Whlna -.pai»ie i d M:U r ^^ [»g>aa ^ i |i 
^'tiid{M|jF<>d»t<>iaM!mMlt tltafUv«jki!„,, 
used in Catholic Relief Services "self- 
Help projects. Western-style gar- 
ments are refashioned to conform to 
local norms while all types of fabrics 
are utilised to teach sewing and tailor- 
ing skills to young people to help make 
them employable and self-sufficient. 

Many "clothing for work" programs, 
where the incentive for a man or woman 
in one of the poorer nations to work on a 
community develc^ments project is a 
new suit, a warm sweater or a ser- 
viceable dress. 

The need is overwhelmingly for light- 
er clothing such as that made from 
cotton, rayon, nylon, polyesters, etc. 
Men's work clothes, childrens and in- 
fants, both light and heavy blankets, 
new shoes or good repaired shoes. 




PEACEABLE KINGDOM 




you IN THE CHURCH 

THE CHUUCH IN YOU 

htm « c^»fc m ,tio« *w §o»d iacrifwlf 
CHUKH COR a«l a 4«lr MU «*0« 



Tha wolf alsa sholl dwall with tha lamb, end tha laopord shell lia with 
tha kid; and tha calf and tha young lion and tha fotling togathar; and 
o IHHa child ihoil laod tham. (Isaiah 1 1 :6) 

This writar anvisionad thot somadoy all animals and oil mankind would 
liva in paaca togathar. Wa'ra still a long way from this dream. Yat 
aoch of us is capobla of making a small contribution toward brothar- 
hood» 




lyiiraoles to be seminar topic 



"Miracles" will, be the 
highlight of a weekend sem- 
inar featuring many iwomi- 
neat speakens in Virginia 
Beach. What causes a mir- 
acle and how to developone- 
aelf to perfbrm miracles are 
among topics at the semi- 
nar. 

A host M other subJecU 
of interest on spiritual aad 
psyehie developmnt are to 
be cqilored, such as |»t>- 
phecy, dream analysis and 
qjirttual communities. 

The three-day seminar, 
lyoaaond i^ the FeUomUp 
<rf tta tantn- L^lht, will be 
held at the Rolidaylnnat 39th 
StHfft m VirgiaU BoatA be- 
gttaUdg rriday, Nov. 16 and 
coatinatag through Smday, 
Itov. U. 

Cost.' is IS per lecture. 
lis p4r day Saturday and 
Saaday. M coo^lae week- 
ead pad(4« «« •wtt>Ue. 
A listiiig tf ^ptsgnmsaad 
tte vartM|^dttgi» e» te 
obtained frmh OeFeltowaUp 
of tte laaer Light at 429- 
46iO. 

Malt ntiniaUy-known 
vaakers wfU ^assM ttdr 
oaae«U tf tte immt, 
Jttwaf SUison, aattor ol 
tvtive tocka, formerly aa 
at^or of "Re^w's Digi^" 
ai^ write- Jor the "Satarday 
Evaa^ Post," will VMkoa 
"WraclesiatheNewAge." 
Mr. BUlsea im a ft-taad 
aadlltenry ectUb^^ist 

lat MMtf a tt , oa tte book 
"1^ Lift ugm 
^IblBslacWidHt 
MUt-to-eoast aad 
■efOM nSk) ud 
tdevi^oa aniMnaees. Mr. 
mtooe has received Us In- 



sight and understanding of 
miracles as a student of Sri 
Baba, the great miracle 
worker o! India. 

Judy Skutch is t|M director 
of Oie FoOMlation for lanef 
Peace and a iwofessor of 
parapqrdnlogy at New Toit 
Uhiverstly. She has been 
interviewed oa many radio 
aad televisioa programs in- 
cluding the Barbara Walters 
aad the Mike Doaglas shows. 
Mrs. Skirtch will tpnk Sim- 
day on herworfcwlthttiepay- 
dricaUy Inspired boek in 
three volmaes eatftled "A 
Course in Miracles." 

Rev. Paul SidomoB, a heal- 
er addpayddekno«8foraid- 
big hundreds through Us 
traan readlags wUA dlag- 
aose mH oaly physical pro- 
Uens but also mental and 
s^rttual problems, will 
^Mk oa plans tor a aew age 
hMptol, wiM^prapheey(ia- 
eludiag a "sdmd of the 
pnvietB") aad theaarth 
chaa^ |N>edided tor tte 
ftture. 



Wade Bettis, chairman of 
the board of the FellowsUp 
of the Iimer Light and attor- 
ney, will speak on "Estab- 
liiddag a ^ritual Commun- 
ity." 

Michael Daddio, founder of 
Dream, Dynamics, a dream 
Interpretation method, will 
talk on "Healing through 
Dreams." 

A number of local speak- 
ers will comidete the pro- 
gram by diaring their un- 
uaual eqieriences. 
' Rev. Paul Sotomon will 
give ae keynote address at 
I pM. oa Friday, (rfficially 
beglndag te semtaar . Other 
acttvtifss are scheduled be- 
tan this time. Dr. WUllam 
Keller, a <ttra^iictor who 
usee a«w a0 healing tech- 
nl^MS, will lUscuss the dy- 
namlea of a psycUc health 
raadtag tf lOa.m. on Friday. 
At aocnapiayerhealing ses- 
sion will be held. At 1p.m., 
Talm JH^ a yoga teacher 
from hffla, will conduct a 
session oa Btekti Toga, the 



devotional path to enlighten- 
ment . At 4 p.m. Michael 
Daddio will speak oa inter- 
preting psycUc life read- 
ings. 

The seminar will provide 
an understanding of the new 
age principles for healing 
and the underlying causes 
for miracles. 

For more inlbrmation 
contact Marvin Cassio at 
428-4650. 



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of tiM Holy SpMt 



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LinUiorn ^rk School 

1413 Laskin Rd.. 

441-4471 

Leonard Cambeti 
I^stor' 



Sunfiy School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service; 

7:00 p.m. 






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Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L. H. Bums A Staff 

Keliam-Eaton Inauranca Co. 

SllF Pacific Ave. 428-9111 

Home Fedaral Savings 
& Loan Assoc. 

1635 Laskin Rd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 

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Larasan Realty Corp. 

2041 Va. Beach Blvd. 340-3030 
lAwrence A. SancUio k Associates 

Prica'a Incorporatad 

45M Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name AppUances-TV-Stero 

Rosewood Memorial Park 



631 Witch Dudt Rd. 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 



497-892S 



TH>EWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF TH^ 

NAZEBENE 

Rev. DavU Hdsteln, Pastor 

5514 Parliamert 
Ph. «7-8703 

ataday Schod Mr. - 9:45 

A-M- . 

Hour at lTumphlO:3u«.ai.^ 

Jttitor, YoirtJ^, k Adult 

Fellowshjp-6:00 PH. 

How of Inspiration - 7:00 

A.M. 

P.M. 

We(taesday Mid-week 

Up^Ufl 7:30 P.M. 



Kaliam A Eaton, Inc. BIdg. Supplies 

Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank * David Kellam 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 4*7-4854 
Taylor B. Carr 4 Emjdoyees 

Higglns Realty, Inc. 

6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison 4 Associates 

Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fumlture-Bedding-Carpeting 

Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 9K)reDr. 491-9863 
Mary £. Rehpels 4 Employees 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonaey Rd. 340-1161 
Clinton Teets k Staff 

Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
William L. Hendricks k Staff 

Kempsville Pharmacy 

5286 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum-Lynn Leavitt 

SImiele Funeral Home 

3795 Bonney Rd. between 
Independence & Rosemont 
Vic Semiele"i Joe Hedgepeth 340-1717 



John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 

1964 Laskin Rd. 

Jcrim M. Wright k Associates 

Furniture Showrooma 

828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. Military Hwy 
Sandy Bolin 4 Employees 



Warren-Slebert-Page Inc. 

Jack Siebert 4 Staff 

Compllmenta of Early 
Distributing Co. 

Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. StcAl 4 Associates 






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HAM Contracting Co. 

as Industrial Ave. 545-7391 
Monte P. Howell 4 Emidoyees 

Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Omrles C. Hale, Sr. 4 SUdt 






This lialare Is made posdble ftrough the eooperatloa tt our ministers. It is paid 
fw ^ Ihase area flrau who hrtleve our chnrehM are a vital pari of our commnlty 
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Rec. center will offer vast amount of opportunities 




The 25 meter swimming pool will have six lanes 

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G.I. Bill educational benefits run out at end of year 



You've got just a month 
and la half left before los- 
ing {he free educational ben- 
efit^ of the G. I. Bill-as 
we 7old-timers" have known 
thei^ for years. 

As of Jan. 1, 1977, under 
a law signed by President 
ForS Oct. 15, free education- 
al lienefits of the G. I. Bill 
stog, and the only way you 



can get educational benefits 
coming off a tour of mili- 
tary service is to pay for 
them yourself. 

Under the new law, a per- 
son in the military can vol- 
untarily contribute a min- 
imum of |50 or maximum 
of |75 per month toward 
his or her Educational As- 
sistance Account. When you 



are released from active du- 
ty, the federal government 
will then rtatch--on a two- 
to-one basis- -what you have 
contributed, and this amount 
is what you will have to pay 
for your college. 

You can contribute a max- 
imum of ?2,700, and the ed- 
ucational benefits will then 
be paid for the amount of 



months you contributed. 
(Which means if you pay in- 
to the fund for two years 
and you pay $50 a month, 
you will receive $3,600 for 
two years towards your ed- 
ucation.) 

The only exception to the 
law is for members of the 
military service who are al- 
ready serving either on ac- 



World-wide plans 



VWC students Jaii 



; Virginia Wesleyan College is go- 
■ing to Moscow in January. And Lon- 
xion and Paris and Madrid and Que- 
Ibec and Vermont and New Yorlc. 
iAnd one professor and his students 
Jare planning on getting Idst in the 
JDlsmal Swamp. 

4 What reads like a travel agent's 
SDrochure is actually the catalog of 
{courses for Virginia Wesleyan's an- 
nual two-week short term in Jan- 
Jiary. 34 courses are currently 
^scheduled to be offered between 
Jan. 17 and 28, according to Dr. 
ivilliam M. Wilson, dean of the 
tollege. Several of the courses 
>111 take more than 60 students 
"and their professors to eastern and 
•Western Europe, as well as Canada, 
.for study programs. 

; Dr. Daniel W. Graf, associate pro- 
fessor of history, will lead a fleld 
Jtrip to Moscow. "This is aA op- 
portunity to discover Russia and the 
Russians at first band," he explains. 
i"Aft«r a week of preparatory dis- 
tcussion .focusing on the primary as- 



of England*s"p«al cathedrals and 
colleges under the direction of Dr. 
Richard Hirsch, assistant professor 
of English, and Dr. William Sturm, 
professor of philosophy. The sec- 
ond group will study British theater 
and authors. Reading that group are 
Dr. H. Rick Kite, associate professor 
of theater-communication; Dr. An- 
derson Orr, associate professor of 
English; and Roland Nicholson, di- 
rector of the College's Hofheimer 
Library. 

Dr. Patricia Sullivan, assistant 
professor of modern languages, has 
two groups leaving this country. One 
pects of contemporary Russian life- 
style, we will fly to Moscow to be- 
gin a week of 'immersion' in the 
USSR. In addition to pre-arranged 
sightseeing and cultural activities, 
our students will be free to explore 
on tbeir own those aspects of Rus- 
sian life that interest them." 

Two groofts will be going to Eng- 
land. One group will concentrate 
on the history and cultural heritage 



group of Frencit students wiU go to 
Quebec to study French at the Uni- 
versite Laval. The second group 
will head for Paris for two weeks 
of study in the French capital. 

Another group of language students 
will spend two weeks in and around 
Madrid, Spain, under the direction 
of Mami Patterson, a professor at 
Roanoke College. 

Several groups will be traveling 
within this country and the Tidewa- 
ter area. Dr. David Clayton, as- 
sistant professor of music, will leave 
his musical scores behind to head 
a skiing expedition to Vermont. Dr. 
Harvey Simsobn, a sciientist with a 
love of the American musical theater, 
will be visiting New York to study 
the production of a Broadway musi- 
cal. Dr. Dennis Govoni, assistant 
professor of biology, plans to stay 
closer to home- -he hopes. Govoni 
will lead a gnwp of students into 
the Dismal Swainp to begin a long- 
term" research project on the Atlan- 
tic White Cedar. "It has to be a 
long-term project," he says, "be- 



tive duty or in the delayed 
enlistment program. 

Petty Officer Glenn Mil- 
ler, Chesapeake Navy 
recruiter, said a person can 
enlist between now and Dec. 
31 in the Navy's delayed 
enlistment program and stay 
either in school or at home 
for up to 270 days. That 
person will qualify for the 



old, free G.l. educational 
benefits. So far this year, 
Miller said, 47 Chesapeans 
have enlisted in the Navy 
and qualify for the old bene- 
fits. 

Sgts. Ronald A. Hawkins 



and David Mullins, Army 
recruiters in Chesapeake, 
say persons may do the same 
under the Army's delayed 
enlistment program, and so 
far this year 175 have en- 
listed in Chesapeake. 
If you wish more informa- 



tion on the old or the new 
G.I. Bill, contact PO Miller 
at 547-0011 or Sgts. Hawkins 
orMuUins at 547-7900. Both 
services recruiting offices 
are now located on Battle- 
field Boulevard across from 
the Post Office. 




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Area servicemen 
on the go 



commissioned in 1973 thrmgh Officer 
ttUcUandAFB.Tei- 



cause we may get lost and never* 
come out." 

Other projects will take place on 
the Virginia Wesleyan campus. Chief 
Craiy Horse and General Custer will 
get another crack at each .oth«r-'in 
a course directed by Lawrence Hult- 
gren, assistant professor of philoso- 
phy. The news media and the ad- 
rertising industry wUl get a going 
over in "The Word is a Bird," con- 
ducted by Dr. James Jones, assis- 
tant professor of education, and Rob- 
ert Cass, assistant professor of bus- 
iness administration. Dr. Neil Ram- 
sey, associate professor of sociolo- 
gy, will examine the possibility that 
the world will end tomorrow in 
"Chicken r tittle and the Doomsday 
Cults." 'bther courses will include 
elementary bridge, astronomy, an 
introduction to Biblical Hebrew, bar- 
ber^op quartet singing, a traveling^ 
children's theater tour, bacteria and 
food, and a look at "Women in Pol- 
itics: Envelope-stutters or Decision 
Makers." ^^ 




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Airman Larry W. Krohn, whose par- 
ents are Mr. and Mrs. Duane L. Krohn 
of 921 Holladay Ln., Virginia Beach, 
has been aissigned to Nellls AFB.Nev., 
after compleing Air Force basic train- 
ing. 

Airman Krohn will serve as a vehicle 
equipment mechanic. He is a 1975 
graduate of Bayside High School. 



John Warner 

U.S. Air Foice 1st. Lt. John D.War- 
ner Jr., son of retired Navy Cdr. and 
Mrs. John D. Warner of 1041 Five Forks 
Rd. in Virginia Beach, has arrived lor 
duty at Tinker AFB, Okla. 

Lt. Warner, a weapons controller 
with a unit of the Tactical ^tl*. Com- 
mand, previously seii»ed it Wallace 
Air Station, PhiUprfl^Pt. 

Jhe lieutenant, a I9C1 graduate of 
Norfolk Catholic High School, receiv- 
ed his B.A- degree in 1971 from Bel- 
mont (N.C.) Abbey College. He was 




Eddie Wrigh 



Airman Eddie K. Wright, son of Ma- 
rine Corps Maj. and Mrs. E. B.Wtlght 
of 421 Barcelona Ln. in Virginia Beach, 
has been selected for technical training 
at Sheppard AFB, Texas, in the Air 
Force aircraft maintenance field. 

The airman recently completed tms- 
ic training at Lackland AFB, Texas. 

Airman Wright is a 1975 graduate 
of Kofa High School, Yuma, Arii. 

F.D.Holloway 



Airman Fred D. HoUoway Jr., son of 
Mr. and Mrs. Fred D. HoUoway Sr. of 
4513 Holland Rd., Virginia Beach, has 
been selected for technical traialni at 
Oianute AFB, lU., in the Air ttm 
avionics systems field. 

The airman recently completedbasic 
training at Ucklaod AFB. 

Airman HoUoway graduated in 1969 
from Floyd E. Kellam High Schooland 
attended Norfolk State College. 



Running again? Many 



To the editors: 

Several weeks ago someone called 
me: and asked "What office are you 
getflng ready to seek?'"rhat was before 
I h4d had a chance to read my issue 
of a^ SUN Snd I was completely sur- 
prlSfd to find my picture in your fea- 
turt'"Faces.'' 

ISl^was a nice surprise, and I am 
hoafared and pleased that you re- 
meAibered an "ex- mayor." I wonder 
what is behind my expression. It must 
have t>een another eye-opener. 



Congratulations to Rod Mann and the 
SUN for your continued features of 
interest to the many citiiens of Virginia 
Beach. 

With kind regards. 



Yours sincerely, 
Donald H. Rhodes 

Ed. Note: 
Love Oat null! 




ll'ms/un 



President 
HANES BYERLY 



Central Manager 
KENNETH F. CURLtV 

Bosiness Manager 
TONY ELLER 



News Editor 
CTEVEN R. STONE 

Circvlatton Manager 
JIM BROWN 



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PaUtshed every Wednesday by Byerly PuMlcatioai 
with main offlce located at 1J8 Rosemont Rd., Virginia 
Beach, Vt. IJ452. Secwd class postage paid at 
Lyanhaven S^Hon to Virginia Beach, $2-week sub- 
ser^tlon by maU: $7. Other rates puWirted on legal 

m»- . 

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thanks 
to Beach 
walkers 



To the Editor: 

To an hospiUUe Virginia Beach, 
for sharii% her famed "sun, sea and 
sand" on a sparkling Indian Summer 
day with "Hanger Walkers," we want 
to say a warm and hearty "Thank 
you." 

To those 850 Spartan ftx»t soldiers 
and to their sponsors who ple<4ed 
almost $17,000, we extend sincere ap- 
preciation for ttelr expression of con- 
cern. (Of the funds raised, 25 % re- 
mains in onr community and wUl be 
shared by the advation Army, The 
Union Mission, and Meals on Wheels 
of Virginia Beach.) 

We value the support and co-oper- 
ation of our city officials, of news- 
paper, television and radio personnel, 
of the Cavalier Beach Club and Fort 
Story who generously lent their facil- 
ities, and the Navy which set up can- 
teens servii^ refreshments in both 
of these ai^s. 

Again, we salute those of you-from 
5to 65- who ran, walked or trudged 
all or part of the 15 mUe cwirse 
(there was one participant in a "walk- 
er" wlio continued for 10 hours), and 
hope to see you again Mxt year. 
A grateful Norfolk-Virginia Beach 
CROP Committee. 

Marguerite Dawsoo 
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Daniel: 'Rewarding endorsement' 



To the Editor: 

With a hard-fought election season behind us, I would 
like to take this brief opportunity to thank the people of 
the Fourth District of Virginia for their gratifying vote 
of confidence. Other races and other regions were marked 
by apathy and disgust in many cases, but the turnout and 
the results here in the Fourth District amount to a reward- 
ing endorsement of the Job 1 have attempted to perform 
In my four years in Congress. 

That J(* involves more than legisiatira, of course, and 
more than attention to issues of natioiml and international 
significance: it involves, just as importantly, attention to 
the sp^ific needs of Fourth District residents. 

I had the c^tportunity, in my first two terms of service, 
to help over 30,000 individuals battle the bureaucracy and 
r«I tape that prevent%igovemment from truly serving its 
citizens. I hope that Frarth District individuals wUl continue 



to feel free to ask my help in the upcoming term; for a 
true representative can find no greater reward than ser- 
vice to a constituent who, in a very real and personal 
way, benefits from that representative's efforts. 

I wiU accept the vote of the people of the Fourth Dis- 
trict on Nov. 2 as a caU to continue those efforts. The 
interest of aU who supported me is deeply appreciated, 
and 1 look forward to responding with my best efforts to 
bring government home to its source— the people—in the 
coming years. 

With kind regards. 

Sincerely, 

Robert W. Daniel, Jr. 
U.S. Representative 
Fourth IMstrict, Virginia 



O'Brien sees strength of nation 



To the Editor: 

I would lUce to thank aU 
<d the people who voted for 
me and all of those who gave 
their Ume in behalf of my 
candidacy in the Fmirth Dis- 



trlct Coi^ressional race. 

I coi^ratualte Bob Daniel 
and his staff and wish him 
success in his endeaVor to 
r^resent the people of Vir- 
ginU. 



All that one nuui can do 
is offer to r^R^senttM peo- 
ple. The fact that individuals 
have the right to runforpob- 
Uc office and that the people 
have the rtglrt to choose 



f^i;«i^^^«ss«.wi^:»S 



farther proves to me thai 

this country wiU remaii 

the greatest nation in tht 

world. 

Sincerely, 

BUly O'Brien 



ReackNr's comments Invited 

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obHgatton to as a voice of the people. Our pages are open to your coiTHTients and ob 

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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 - A-5 




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By STEVE STOKE 
SUN News Editor 

One minute he may be involved in 
a setrch for a missing child in Puhgo 
and Just minutes later be on the scene 
of an armed robbery at the beach front 
and then follow that up in minutes by 
aiding in a high speed chase on In- 
dependence Boulevard. 

Virginia Beach police officer Clifton 
F. Monk of Kempsville is a busy man 
with a large "beat" to cover. 

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Don't ^et the wrong idea though, you 
won't see Officer Monk making these 
£0 and 30 minute trips, tipping along 
Beach roads, at some unbelievable 
speed in a police car, but you may 
have seen him in the sky. Joyner 
is one ot Virginia Beach's five li- 
censed helicopter pilots who help keep 
a check on crime in the city from the 
air. 

Flying is not a new experience to 
Monk, he has been in the air since 
he entered flight training with the 
U.S. Navy in 1961. But unlike many 
of bis fellow trainees, he was not look- 
ing for the pilots seat of a jet. "1 
had always been interested in heli- 
copters... I hAd to be persistent be- 



cause they waiited me to fly jets," 
explains Monk. 

Well, bis persistence paid off and in 
the years ahead Monk served at sev- 
eral stations throughout the east coast. 
Monk worked search and rescue and 
anti-submarine warfare asahelicopt^ 
pilot. 

Upon leaving the service in mid- 
1972 and settling in Virginia Beach, 
Monk took a management position with 
Western Auto. Monk lives in the Kemps- 
ville area with his wife Julia and two 
sons. In 1975 he entered the Virginia 
Beach Police Department and began the 
required year as a patrolman that every 
Beach officer must serve. But his eyes 
aimed skyward. 

In April of '75 the Beach Police put 
their first copters in the air and Of- 
ficer Monk knew where he was going 
as soon as he finished his year on 
the streets. 

The Virginia Beach Police Depart- 
ment's helicopter force is known as 
ALERT, meaning: Aerial Law Enforce- 
ment Rescue Team. 

In January of 1976 Monk joined the 
chopper force and today he is in line 
for the position of chief pilot. As such. 
Officer Monk would handle much of the 
training required for new pilots. Cur- 
rently, Director ot Emergency Ser- 
vices Lee Eskey bandies that duty, a 
time consuming res^sibility. Under 
the new system, Monk would handle 
all except the pre-FAA test flight 
which Eskey would still conduct. 



Cover the city 

"We cover the entire city," says 
Monk in explaining the role of the 
helicopters in Beach police work, 
"we can see a lot better than a ground 
unit." 

But does just better visibility justify 
the expense of keeping a helicopter 
in the air? "We can do the work of 
ten cars... cutting costs in equipment 
and manpower." 

Monk feels that police helicopters 
actually do more in crime preven- 
tion than in detection. "Just being up 
there scares away some criminals." 
Indeed, Virginia Beach enjoys a lower 
rate of crimes such as bank robberies 
than neighboring cities. Especially 
those without helicopters. This can not 
be attributed directly to the helicopter 
force, yet it can not l>e quickly dis- 
counted, 

But, airborne police do play a 
valuable role in crime detection. "The 
helicopter responds automatically to 
any robbery or such calls. Often the 
chopper can spot a wanted vehicle from 
the air and follow it throughout the 
city. A speeding driver may shake 
a police cruiser, but he stands little 
chance of losing the chopper. 

Recently the police helicopter spot- 
ted a vehicle that had been lost in a 
high speed chase down Atlantic Avenue. 
The helicoiAer was over the area with- 



in moments of the incident and spotted 
the wanted car in Bay Colonies. With- 
in minutes police had the vehicle. 



Prisoner in the air? 

Does Monk ever feel like a prisoner 
in the helicopter when something is 
happening on the ground? "No. I have 
landed to check out cars and drinking 
cases. There's no restriction on laiKi- 
ing so alt- I need is an open ar» to 
set down in." 

"It is a very effective tool in de^ 

tecting burglaries, especially rooftop 
burglaries. In fact, some of the banks 
are putting numbers on top of their 
buildings so we know what the address 
is from the air." The rooftop num- 
bering of police cars is also for the 
benefit of helicopter crews. 



Work with SWAT 

The helicopters do not have a great 
deal of special equipment; they are 
by nature specialieed. The helicopters 
of which there are three, carry radios, 
a siren, public address system and a 
"sun light." 

The sun light gives the helicopter 
great effectiveness for night work. 
Employing several tens of thousands 
of candle power, the light can make 



an area bright as day and can be used 
to follow cars at night. 

While not astaied portion ofthe Spec- 
ial We^ns and Tactics Team (SWAT), 
the helicopter can be of invaluable 
assistance to SWAT. 



Any TV tactics? 



Often, television shows will show 
helicopters swooping down on crimi- 
nals from the air and forcing them 
off the road. Monk explains that this 
doesn't actually happen much, "we don't 
mix to well with high tension wires." 
However, such moves could be possible 
in open fields. 

"We can assist with other things too, 
we have spotted a numt>er of fires and 
helped in lost child searches," ex- 
plains Monk. In the case of fires, the 
I helicopter can give the firemen valuable 
information on the site and movement 
of fire thus aiding in its eventual con- 
trol. 



Not always exciting 



"Just like a patrolman, we have our 
hours of boredom and routine and then 
moments of stark terror," says Monk 



of what many might consider a more 
exciting police job. There is a cer- 
tain amount of prestige. "Other police- 
men are always asking about learning 
to fly and getting a ride in the heli- 
copter." And the crews do share some 
off-duty hours, "We get together for 
parties and such." 



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Officer Monk appreciates the co- 
operation that the helicopters receive, ^ 
especially from the Navy, "Technically, ^ 
we are flying in their airspace (NAS ; ^ 
Oceana's) but they give us clearance, -^^v^;^ 
We even have a program to use their / ^* 
facilities to refuel in an emergency... r^^:?:^'' 
if we need to cross over the base thejf. "i-I 
will literally shut down their operatioiM^2;s; 
to get us through." The helicopter li'^.;,^ 
handled through Oceana air traffic coor,^^^ 
trol with whom they keep in constai4'<^«^> 
radio contact. ^1-t*' 

Monk forsees growth for the pro-*.4|i; 
gram. Currently, he hopes to soon s^||^; 
some aerial binoculars InstalM^^;^^; 
to make reading of license plates ji;!^ 
and the such easier. Also, it is pos-<>.;- 
sible that the helicopters may be equip- 
ped to carry injured persons to the bos- ' ^ 
pital from f^r off sections of the city 
or imccessible areas. 

There is no doubt in Clifton Monk's 
mind that he is performing a valuable 
service to Virginia Beach and he has n6 
plans to leave it soon, something we 
can all be thankful for as we see the 
chopper flyinj overhead. 




(SUN photos by neve Stone) 

ALERT Police Officer Clifton Monk at the controls of one of the Beach's three helicopters 



Council plugs loophole on signs 



A Virginia Beach motel 
owner has been referred to 
tiie board of coning appeals 
to apply for permission to 
use several signs on the pro- 
perty. 

James Overton, owner of 
Northamirton Inn, foroierly 
the Eronomixer and before 
that Scottish Inns, at the 
intersection of Northampton 
Boulevard and Diamond 
Springs Road has Interpreted 
the sign regulations in the 
comprehensive coning ordi- 
nance ditferently from the 
toning enforcement admln- 
istrttor. 

Establishments in the H- 
district where the motel is 
located are permitt«l no 
more than four signs and 
sone of wUch shall exceed 
12S square teet of surface 
area. These are the maxi- 
mum ccmditlons based on the 
square toot frontage on the 
^reet. 

(f' Tke ordinance does not in- 
dicate the distance required 
between the signs so the own- 
er feels that be could have 
several signs one toot apart 
on (Ufferrat poles as loi% as 
they were i»t more than 185 
gqnare feet. The administra- 
tor is afraid the practice 
would create a series of 
"s^ trees" throughout the 
dty. 

Council IfoBday aftenuon 
referred OvertM to the 
board ofweslsandinstrw- 
ted City Mau«er Georfe L. 
Hartmry to correct the loc^i- 
hole in the ordttiance. The 
PlsHdiV CommlssiMt will 
a«Mrtlse tte necessary 



amendments to the Ordi- 
nance. 

Council also continued in- 
definitely a public hearing on 
an ordinance vacating a por- 
tion of 79th Street on a plat 
known as Cape Henry, sec- 
tion D. Also continued inde- 
finitely was action on the re- 
lated ordinance to vacate the 
property which abuts Sea- 
shore State Park, sought tnr 
B.W. Rodriques, Marian S. 
Rodriques, Walter Asmuth 
Jr., Janice W. Asmuth, Gra- 
ver C. Wright Jr., and the 
Lake George corporatira. 

City Manager George L. 
Hanbury alsosuggested that 
In the future. Council could 
consider, in such cases, a 
public pedestrian access 
easement of at least 15-feet 
should be retained, that re- 
subdlvlsion plat should not 
result In the creation of a 
building site, that substantial 
permanent structures should 
not be allowed on the closed 
part of the street, and not 
eUainate access to Seashore 
State Park. 

Ben Bolen, commlssiODer 
of the State Division of 
Parks, has indicated that 
64th, 74th, 78th, 84th and 85th 
Streets should not be closed, 
but that the state does nrt 
(*ject to closing 79th Street. 

The closing is beii« K>ught 
by residents to restrict and 
regulate undesirable traffic 
from tte street to tl» partt. 

U Other actions, CouBCil: 

Granted Laskln Road 
Company a chaise of vMm 
from residential to com- 
Bwity business di^rliA tm 
8,370 square feet located M 



the east side of Hilltop Road, 
south of Karen Lane, Lynn- 
haven Borough. The change 
will place the property back 
where it was in 1974 when 
the petitioner had the zoning 
changed from B-Z to R-6. 

- -Granted a change of xon- 
ing to Stanley W. and Eliza- 
beth McCoy from residential 
to community business on a 
parcel containing approxi- 
mately .76 acre located on 
the south side of Bonney 
Ro«], east of Wedgewood 
Drive, Kempsville Borough. 

—Granted a conditional 
use permit to Amoco Oil 
Company for an automobile 
service station on approx- 
imately EO.OOO square feet 
located at the northeast cor- 
ner of Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard and Little Neck Road, 
Lynnhaven Boroi^h. The ap- 
plicant plans to rase the ex- 
isting full-service station 
and replace It with a self 
service gasoline station. 

Authorized the city man- 
ager to accept a grant of 
$500 from the VirginU ArU 
and Humanities Commission 
to establish artistic crafts 
program for young adults of 
Virginia Beach, Norfolk and 
Portsmouth with the City of 
Virginia Beach to be the ad- 
ministrator of the grant. Fl- 
naulag, in addition to tte 
$500 grant, wUl come from 
Norfirik and Portsmouth, 
eaeb |490, and Virginia 

BMch, $491 

—Approved a law amend- 
ing the City Code defining 
more explicitly the offenses 
which shall be deemed "dis- 
orderly con^t." 



—Approved an amendment 
correcting the delineation of 
boundaries where It Is un- 
lawful to discharge fire- 
arms. Councilman George R. 
Ferrell, who voted against 
the original ordinance, voted 
against the amendment also. 

—Appointed viewers to In- 
vestigate the closure peti- 
tion of Thomas J. Harlan, 
Jr., for a portion of Sand 
Trap Lane, Kempsville Bor- 

OUEh. 

~An>roved tax refunds of 
$4,315.10. 

--AHtroved a 90-day ex- 
tentlon of the bos service 
agreement with the City of 
Nortolk through the ATE 
Management and Service 
Company. 

-Accepted a $87,322 
grant rather than $73,862 as 
originally requested for the 



transitional llvli« program 
from the State Department 
of Mental Health and MenUl 
Retardation Services. The 
local cash match remains 
$14,465 as submitted with 
the lower request. The grant, 
to be supervised by the Men- 
tal Health Department, will 
focus on those Virginia 
Beach residents who are re- 
turning to the community 
from a state Institution and 
who need assistance in ad- 
justing to an Independent life. 

—Approved the low bid of 
$79,850 for the construction 
of the new General District 
Courtroom to J.G. Horton & 
Son. Eight bids were receiv- 
ed. The artchltect's estimate 
was $124,000. 

—Approved standard wa- 
ter and sewer agreements 
for Falrtield Park, Section I, 
Kemi»ville Boroi^h. 



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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



office address being: P.O. 
Box 735, Nags Head, North 
Carolina, it is ordered 
that he do appear here 
within ten (10) days after 
due publication hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to protect his interest in 
this suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Mahler k Cave 
2224 No. Great Neck Road 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 9th day of November, 

1976. 

Ronald W. Phillips, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Janice Lee Phillips, 

.Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of separation 
for a period of time in 
excess of one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been us- 
ed by or in behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 2235B Greenwell 
Road, Virginia Beach, VA. 
it is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk 

HoUaday, Inman t Olivleri 
Satta Ul, P««rt»«toFoHr 
BWg. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, VA, on 
the 4th day of November 
1976. 

Wendy Jean Gluvna Hart- 
man, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Mitch Edward Hartman, 
Defeodant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defeodant. upon the 
grounds of one year sep- 
aration. 

And an afUdavit havlu 
been made and tiled thai 
the defendairt is a non-re- 
sideM of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, tke last known post 
office address being: R. D. 
«4, City of Bedford, SUte 
of Pennsylvania, it is or- 
dered tint he do appear 
here wttUn ten (10) days 
after doe publication here- 
of , and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect his 
interest in thia suit. 
A c(vy-Te8te: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Sacks, Sacks A Tavss 
405 F * H National Bank 
BIdf. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 1st day of November, 

1976. 

Stephen WiUiam Haley, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Dalen Forbes Haley, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa ei thoro or a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, iqion the 
groiuds of desertion and or 
aitaltery since Decentiier 

1, 1975. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non- 
resident of the Stateof Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Rt. 

2, Box 1596, CrestweU, 
North Carolina, 27928 it is 
ordered that she do ao- 



pear here within ten (10) 
days after due publication 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
R(^rt Epstein 
Holiday Inn Scope 
Suite 318 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 3rd 
DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1976. 
In re: Adoption of Michael 
Josei^ Kelly, an infant, who 
Joins in said Petition ex- 
pressing his consent to the 
adoption 

By: Fred Hal Fleming and 
Elisabeth Mae Fleming 
Petitioners 

TO: Martin Patrick Kelly 
1819 Butler Circle, County 
of Onslow 
Midtray Park, NC 

In Chancery 
#C76-1387 
This day came Fred Hal 
Fleming and Elizabeth Mae 
Fleming, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this proceeding is to 
effect the adoption of the 
above named infiint. Mich- 
ael Josej* Kelly, by Fred 
Hal t lemmg and b'Uzabetn 
Mae Fleming, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
Martin Patrick Kelly, a 
natural parent of said child 
is a non-resident of the 
State of Virginia, the last 
known post office address 



being: 1819 Butler Circle, 
County of Onslow, Midway 
Park, North Carolina It 
is t tereforg qrtli»r<jl ttot . 

Kelly an>ear before this 
Court within ten (10) days 
after publication of this Or- 
der and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do whiat 
is necessary to [uxitect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Thomas F. Bets, Jr. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23462 

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OlDEROF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
city of Virginia Beach, Va, 
on the 20th day of Octo- 
ber, 1976. 
Larry Leon Croom, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Bonnie Fay Croom, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant due diligence 
has been bf or in behalf 
of the Complainant to as- 
certain in which county or 
corporation the defendant 
is, without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 1824 North Stream- 
line Drive, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia it is ordered that 
she do 49ear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publicati(« hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect ber interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 

Thomas W. Goodman,Jr. 
3284 Virginia Beach Boule- 
vard 

P.O. Box 2195 
Virginia Beach, Va. 
23452 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of 

the Circuit Court of the 

City of Virginia Beach, VA, 

on the 26th day of October, 

1976. 

James Richard Rowe, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

B^y Marie Ginter Rowe, 

Defendant. 

The crijject of this suit 
is to obtain a divo-ce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upcm 
the grounds of separation 
for a period in excess on 
one year without inter - 
ni{rtion. 



And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1158 
Church Street, Indian, Pen- 
nesylvania, 15701. it is or- 
dered that she do a^tear 
here within ten (10) days 
after due publication here- 
of, and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
terest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Thomas F. Bets, Jr. 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CffiCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINIA 
BEACH, ON THE 5TH DAY 
OF NOVEMBER. 1976. 
In re: Adoption of Loren 
Shea Armstrong 
By: Les John LeClair and 
Patricia Sue LeClair 
Petitioners 

To: Samuel Robert Arm- 
strong 

3750 Baysidewalk, Apt. 2 
San Diego, Califbmia 

In Chancery 

#C76-1730 
This day came Les John 
LeClair and Patricia Sue 
LeClair, Petitioners, and 
represented that the object 
of this pioceeding is to ef- 
fect the Adoption of the 
above named infant, Loren 
Shea Armstrong, by Les 
John LeClair and Patricia 
Sue LeClair, husband and 
wife, and affidavit having 
been made and filed that 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
trounds of one (1) vear 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 1921 
Bunker, Kansas City, Kan- 
sas, it is ordered that she 
do appear here within lea 
(10) days after due publica- 
tion hereof, and do what 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress , 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Bruce B. Mills 
4145 Virginia Beach Bou- 
levard 
Viktinia Beach, VA 23452 

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child, is a non-resident 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post office 
address being: 3750 Bay- 
side walk, Apt. 2, San Diego 
California It is therefore 
Ordered that the said Sam- 
uel Robert Armstrong ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
publication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the pn^iosed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do' what 
is necessary to protect bis 
interest in this matter. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
Thomas B. Shuttleworth 
211 Pembroke Three 
Virginia Beach, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 21st day of October, 

1976. 

Kathy White Disney. 

PlaintUf, 

against 

Donald Nelson Disney, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, iqwnthe 
grounds of constructi've de- 
sertion or, in the al^ 
temative, on the grounds 
of the Complainant and De- 
fendant have lived separate 
and apart for a period of 
more than one year. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has been us- 
ed by or in behalf of the 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which county or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, the last 
known post office address 
being: 764 HUltop Road, 
Virginia Beach, Va it is 
ordered that he do ai^ar 
here with ten (10) days af- 
ter dw publication here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
David D. Dickerson 
Pembroke One-Suite 525 
Virginia Beach, Va., 23462 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Brach, VA, on 

the 3rd day of Ntvember, 

1976. 

Edward Ray Dickerson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Janet Marie Dickerson, 

Defendant. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

b the Clerk's Office Of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach Va., on 

the 19th day of October, 

1976. 

Robert Alan MacPherson, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Rite Maria Enei Tj Mac- 

Pbersra, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of Desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: Co- 
lon 1145, 34S0 Goya Cbr- 
rientes, Argentina Sud Am- 
erica it is oniered that 
she do aKtear here vitbin 



ay De necessary to pH>- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John y. Fen- 
tress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
A. Joe Canada 
4336 Virginia Beach Blvd. 
Virginia Beacti, VA 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of the 
Circuit Court of the City 
of Virginia Beach, Va. on 
the 20th day of October, 
1976. 

Deborah Sue Mankin How- 
son, 

PlaintUf, 
against 

William Franklin How- 
son, Jr., 
Defendant. 

The dftject of this suit 
is to ottoin a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii from the 
said defendant, upon the 
grounds of one year 
separation. 

And an affidavit having 
l)een made and tiled that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the SUte of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 640 
GUdstone, Columbus. 
Indian it is ordered that 
he do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his Interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, Va., on 

the 19th day of Oct(*er, 

1976. 

Terry L. McCreary, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Jane E. McCreary, 

Defeodant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obUin a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonni from tbe 
said defendant, upon tte 
grounds of one jBuaa- 
tlnuous and unintentqit^ 
separation. 

And an affidavit Uyttf 
been made and filed ttat 
the defendant is a ncn-re- 
sident of the aate rt Vir- 
ginia, the last known I9(»t 



office address being: 1407 
Woodbine Avsnue, Knox - 
ville, Tennessee 37917 it 
is ordered that she do 
appear here within ten (10) 
days after due pubUcaiiin 
hereof, and do what maybe 
necessary to protect her 
interest in this suit. 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Alex H. Adkins 
306 Eiecitftve Bldg. 
Norfolk, Va. 235(a 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In tbe Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. on' 

the 4th day of November, 

1976. 

Charles A. Cole, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

June M. Cole, 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit Is 
to obtain a divorce a men- 
sa et thoro from the said 
ddendant, qxmthegrounds 
of desertion. 

And an affidavit haTinc 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a noo-re- 
sident of the Sitte of Vir- 
ginU, the Ust known post 
office address being: 1420 

3rd Avenue, N.E., Moultrie 
GeorgU. tt is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) (teys after due pub- 
lication hereof, anddowbat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her interest in this 
suit. 

A e(^-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty Clerk. 
Brydges, als attjrn 
1369 UsUn Rorid \ 
VirginU Beadrf VA'^ 
23451 

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Virginia, tbe last known 
post office address being: ' 
<aa Lavender Lane, Vir- 
ginU Beach, VirginU, the 
CompUinant to ascerUU 
Ui which county, or due di- 
ligence having been used 
by or in behalf of Cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect. 

It is therefore Ordered 
that ttie said ROBERT 
KENNETH WHITBECK, SR 
appear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
pubUcation of this Order 
and indicate bis attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy teste: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. CurtU Fruit D.C. 
Richard S. Glasser 
504 PUza One BuUding 
Norfolk, VirginU, 23S10 

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VIRGBnA: 

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 
OF THE CITY OF VIR- 
GQnABEACHOct.18,1976 
IN RE: JAMES M. JOR- 
DAN, JR., 
DECEASED 
SHOWCAUSE AGAINST 
DISTRIBUTION 

,CP «43S5 

It appearing that a re- 
port of the accounU of Vir- 
ginU National Bank, Exe- 
cutor of the EsUteof James 
M. Jordan, Jr., Deceased, 
and of tbe tIteMs and de- 
mands a^nst tb« esUte 
has beenflled in tb« Clerk's 
dflice, and tbat six months 
have eUpsed since Uie 
qualification, on motion of 
the personal represenU - 
lives it U ordered that 
the creditors of, and all 
other interested in the es- 
Ute show cause on tbe 19tb* 
day of November, 1976, 
before this Court at its 
courtroom against the pay- 
ment and delivery of the 
esUte to the legatees witb- 
cjit requiring refunding 
bonds. 

It is further ordered tbat 
the foregoing portitm of 
this order be published 
once a we^ for ftwr suc- 
cessive weeks in tbe Vir- 
ginU Beach Sun, a news- 
paper publisbed in tbe City 
of VirginU Beach, 
VirgUU. 

A copy-Teste John V. 
Fentress 

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ORDER 
VmGINU: m THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
ON THE 21st DAYOF OCT- 
OBER, 1976. 

In re: Adoption of ROBERT 
KENNETH WHITBECK,JR. 
By: JDiUIE DALE SUM- 
MERHILL AND DIANE 
PERRY SUMMERHILL 
PetitkHiers 

To: RcHsert Kenneth Wbit- 
beck, Sr. 

420 Lavender Lane 
VirginU Beach, Virginia. 
In Chancery 
C-76-1602 
This (Uy came JIMMIE 
DALE S'TMUERBILL ud 
DIANE PERRY SUMMER- 
HILL, Pattttooers, and re- 
presented tint tte o^ect 
of this proceeding U to ef- 
fect tbe ad(9ti(n (* tbe 
above named Infart, 
ROBERT KENNETH 
WHITBECK, JR, bj JW- 
MIE D^LE aiMMERmLL 
and IMANE PERRY SUM- 
MERHILL, tatiOand and 
will, and afUdavit laving 
beM B^ and iQcd tbat 
mSBERT KEKTETH 

WHITBECK, SR., a natural 
parMt Qt said ^ihl, U a 
non-resl(^ of tbe aateof 



ORDER. 
VmOIMIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 
CITY OF VlRGDnA 
BEACH, ONTHEStbDAY 
OF November, 1976. 
In re: Adoption of Barrie 
Lee Hanson, Jr. 
By: Helmick J. Benton, et 
uz 

Petitioners 
To: Barry Hanson 
6917 Vamum Street 
Landover Hills, Maryland 

In Chancery 

«C76-363 
This day came Helmick 
J. Benton and Debra Lee 
Benton, Petitioners, and 
represented that the (4>]ect 
of tbU proceeding U to 
effect tbe adoption of tbe 
above named infknt, Barrie 
Lee Hanson, Jr., by Hel- 
mick J. Benton and Debra 
Lee Benton, husband and 
wUe, and affiiUvit having 
been made and tiled tbat 
Barry Hansen, A WtKral 

S*T^noo^^fe'#^ 
SUte of VirginU, the last 
known post otHce address 

being: 6917 Varnuffi Street, 
Landover HUls, MaryUnd 

It is therefOreOrderedthat 
the said Barry Hanson ap- 
pear before tbU Court 
within ten (10) days after 
piAtlication of thU Order 
and Udlcate bis attitude 
toward the {uvposed adop- 
tion, or otherwise do what 
U necessary to pnrtect \^ 
interest U tbU nutter. 
A copy-Teste: Jolm V. 
Fentress, ClNk 
Bt: J. Curtis Fruit, D.C. 
AianS. Mlfisan 
not First A Mercbaats 
Bank Bldg. 
Norfolk, VirginU 23514 

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ORDER OF PUBUCAHON 

In tbe Oerk's Office of tbe 

Circutt Court <a tbe City 

of VirginU Bea(±, VA, <» 

tbe In day of November, 

1976. 

PatricU Ann Helms, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Gerald David Helms, 

Defendant. 

Tbe object of this suit 
U to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrtinioidl from 
tbe said tUfendant, iqxm 
tbe gnniiids of sqwration 
U excess of one year. 

And an affidavtt having 
bec» made and filed tint 
tbedetaidaiii d«e.^ra- 
tx hubeen used l^orin 
DMalf of the Comidainant 
to ascertain U which coun- 
ty or corporatiOB tbe de- 
fendant is, wtthmrt effect, 
the last known post office 
address being: 792 Cr^e 
Myrtle Lane, VirfimU 
Beach, VA it U ordered 
tbat he do ^ipear here 
wltMn ten (10) da^ after 
due pddicatlra hereof, and 
do what may be necessary 
to iHVtect bis iirterest in 
tUssott. 

A ec^y-Teste: Jolm V. 
Fortress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Rhodes * wasoo 
tt$ N. Lym^ven Road 
TliginU BMch. Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of Qm 

Circutt Court of tbe City 

of VirginU BMCb, Va., on 

the 19th day rt Octe^r, 

1976. 

Walter Lee Moore, 

PlaUtUf, 

vaUM 

Barbara Ann WIUUMoM«, 

D^eo^. 

« 



Tbe<«jeetofthUsnttU 
to obUiii a divwa a vin- 
culo matrimonii ft«m tbe 
said defendant, wm tbe 

KiundsrtttepartiMbaT- 
renalned aaparate for 
over a year, saparaUon 
having occurred on Febru- 
ary 15, 1975, ^ ^ 

And an affidavit havlag 
been nude and filed tbat 
tbe defewUnt U a non-re- 
sident of the ^te rt Vlr- 
gUU, tbe last known post 
office ad(ta«ss btiag: Route 
IS, Box 221 DD. MaxvUle, 
FlorttU. it U ordered nat 
she do appear hero witbU 
ten (10) days after due pid)- 
licaiioo berert, anddowbat 
may be necessary to pro- 
tect her Uterest U this 
sutt. 

A c(W-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J Curtis Fruit, De- ; 
puty. Clerk 
Robert L. Gutterman 
245-A First Colonial Rd. 
VirginU Beach, VA 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office ot 

tbe Circuit Covrtrtthe City 

at VlrgiDU Beadi, on tbe 

18tb day rt October, 1976. 

Sarah P. LewU, 

PUlntiff, 

against 

MelvU H. LewU 4 

The United SUtes of 

America, 

Defendant. 

Tbe object ot thU suit 
U for tbe said plaintitrto 
obtaU a garnishment ei 
funds, due the drtendant 
from ffie United SUtes at 
America based upon jodg- 
meot rendered on March S, 
1976 in the Circuit Court 
of tbe City of VirginU 
Beach for arrearages U 
child sivport. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and ffied that 
tbe defendant U not a re- 
sidot rt the SUte of Vir- 
ginU, tbe Ust knowta post 
office address being M28 
Clark Avenue, Billings, 
Montana. It U ordered tbat 
MelvU H. LcwU do ap- 
pear here wltUn tea (10) 
days after due paUicanon 
hereof, and do what may 
be necessary to protect 
bU interest In 



By: Ulldred A. Weigand 
nsiMwrg ana steu 
Rdkert H. SteU, 
450U«BnikUng 
Norfolk, Va. 23S10 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In Ue Clerk's Office ot the 

Circuit Court ot the Clfy 

fd VirgUU Beadi, Va. on 

tte tOttrt October, 1976 

IMMrah Jean SpradUn 

SwUher, 

Plaiotift, 

against 

CurtU Wayne SwUber 

Defendant. 

Tbe object ot tbU suU 
U to oMaU a divorce a 
vinculo martrtmonii from 
the said drtendant, upon 
the groimds iH one year 
sepantiott, 

And an affidavit having 
been m^e and filed fliat 
tbe iefmdaM's Ust knom 
post office address U 125 
^ImBoaehPUce.fl Vir- 
ginU Beach, VirginU, and 
oat due diligence has been 
used by and on btMt ot 
the pUltttifl to aseertaU 
U aliat couflty or corpora- 
tion the defendant U, with- 
out effect. It U ordered 
tbat be do appear here 
witbU ten (10) days after 
due publicwon herert, »ai 
do what may be necessary 
to protect Us interest In 
jhUsntt. 

A eopy-Terte: Jrtu V. 
Fentress 

By: J. CurtU Fruit, De- 
puty, CUrk. 
pirty, Uerk 
Tidewater Legal Aid 
Society 

Uw Bldg.tS^ilte 350 
147 Granby Street 
Norfolk, Va. 23510 

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<^«addrtssbrtng:ttout» ^ 

I, Clio, M<Awu. it U 

ordwedtturtiwdoaiVMr 

hw« wtthiB ten (tO) days 

alter due ptfdieatM here-, 

<a, ud do what nav be. . 

neeefury to pnlMl Mr; 

Interest U thU suit. 

A etvy-Teste: J<to V. 

Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- • 

gity. Clert. •' 

Ichard D. Mottos . ,D 

P.O. Box 968 

Portsmoirth, VirginU ;, 

0705 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATION .-. 
In the Cterk'a Office rt,:, 
the Cinfrtt Cewt rt tb^., 
City ot VirginU Beach, Va, „ , 
w the 26Hi day ol October; 
1978. .:'' 

Gary Jackson Lucas, 
PUlatUf, 

against ' '>" 

Robert! Ellen Lucas, toi> 
Detendaat. ^C 

Tbe object <d this su% , 
U to oMaU a divorce h^„ 
mensa et thoro from the 
said defendant, iqnoii th*;' 
grouMU rt dcsertton. 

Am an affidavtt haviW^^ 
been made and ffied thal'' 
the drtendant U a w»-ren; ' 
sideittrttteStetertVir-y 
glnU, the Ust kwwn poid 
otfiee address being: 11^, 
StanwU Street, Robe, New,; 
Yort, 18440. tt is ordered; 
tbat she do aniear hen ' 
wtthin tea (10) days after 
due pnldieatiott berert, and^' 
do whiU may be necessary 
to protect her interest U: 
tbUsuit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fertreu 

BY: J. CurtU Fnitt. De-. , 
putydeit. 
OsleH. Gay, Jr. 
2871 River Road 
VirginU Beach, VirginU - 
83454 

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11/24 tt 



ORDER OF PUBUCAHON 

U fbie Clot's Office ti tte 

Cireiit Qmrt ti the Ctty 

at VlrglaU BnA, Va., on 

the 2901 <Uy rt Odober, 

1976. 

lUtAaid EllMt Massen- 



burg, 
PUMifi, 



against 

R^ Jean Herring Mas- 

s^mrg, 

IMNdaat. 

The o)4ect rt tUs suit 
U to ebtaU a <Uv«Hce a 
B^ et thoro frtMi Oe 
nM Meadaat, mm tte 
groads rt de^rtlon on 
Sa pert rt Um deftndail. 

And an affidai« ha^ 
been made and AM ttuA 
the defendail U a H»-rt- 
^dert rt tteStetertVir- 
giaU, te last kiowi port 



In Chancery t* 

C 76- 1883 "^i 

VIBGnnA: IN THB^ ' 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 
CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

crrT OF vraoiNiA beach 

ON THEM DAY OF OCT--" 
OBra, 1978. ^f 

In re: Adoption at MlcheUaii' 
Dawn FoM ■'^'' 

By: David WiUUm Bakw; : 

Boulder Avenue .1 

Colorado teriacs, Crtorr' ' 

adosnoo 

■ThU day came David 
WilUam Baker and Chris* *: 
tine Sue Bater, PettttoMr*..- 
and represented that the-, 
objaet id thU i^reeeedtag. ; 
U to effect tbe adoption 
ot tte above nanod infant 
MicheUe Dawn Fou, W: 
David WlUiam Baker and .^ 
Christine See Balmr. hue- ■; 
band and wife, and tm^' 
divtt bavtaf been aadeand'' 
ffied ttatllklc Beeww, a 
ttrtnnlpuertrtsiidd^ 
U a iOB-raMeat rt ttl 
Slate rt Vlr^ria, tke ui 
known eort otfce addrail 
betag: BonkierAveime.Cdi' 
UmMo Springs, ColoradiS 
80900 It is tteiralDre 0^ 
dered tlM tte s«id Nia 
Beenw appear brtore thu 
Court wittU ten (m(ta]^ 
after paldieatiott of tiM 
Order and inlicate bid 
attttnde toward tbe prd^ 
poMd MloptioB, or qtbcrt 
wiM do id»t U aecessaf| 
to protect bU Interest m 
ttis matter. S 

A copy teste: ^ 

John V. FMtress, Clei 
By: J. Curtlt Frrtt DJ 
Tbcanas H. Cave 
MAHLER A CAVE 
2224 Nortt Great Nack 
Beach. V: 



VirginU 
23451 






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OftDER OF rymcATKMl 
b the Cleric's Office rt tin 
Circutt Court rt tte Ctty 
<a VirgteU Beach, VAhit 

onttetMidayrtOrtoiMiW' 
1978. I, 

John Barthrtomew BaM- . 



PaUitifl, 

against 

Carol Mae Rodriqnes, . 

Drtendut. % 

The«i4edrttlis*attU^ 
to rtdaU a #rorce a vi*-** 
calo matriaMidl troat tbe 
•aid drtendu<, upon tte 
grounds cl deserti on. 

And ui aflMavtt havUg 
been made and ffied ttat 
the drtMdait te a non-r«- . 
rtdantrtttoartertVir^T. 
^a, the iMl hnown port 
rtBM addrets brtar 548- 
Stt Strert, jbrt Mntt. ^>- 
port. Hew tack, 11711 tt' 
tt U ordmd ttrt shede- 
appear hwWiritlin ton (U^ 
dam *f^ dae pdWciHon' 
harert, «M do iM mtf. 
be aeeessny to protect ber 
UterHt is nu Mrtt. 
A oepy-Telte: MmV. Fen^ ' 
trtss 
BT; J. Cotit Fntt. De-- 



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NiN'Mh, Va. 

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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 - A-7 



Council moves on park 



BrVEECAHlLL 

' SUN i»A»ttc Affairs Writer 

«- - .^ -1 ': 

Neither a repute overpopulation of 
v^ar mocpasl^s or an underpopulation 
of people dtt^K^ Virginia Beach City 
C(rancil Irom Qdivlng ahe0 on plans 
for another major park 12 miles south 
of Princess Aniie>C^urthouse. 

By a vc^e of 7r3 Monday afternoon 
CovDCll took the first step toward ac- 
quiriBg 100 acres at |4,000 an acre 
for a park in UA southern part of tiie 
city. The site fronts the intercoastal 
waterway for 3,500 fast, 

douncU passed a resolution author- 
iiing City Manager George L. Hanbury 
to apply for a erant frpm the Depart- 
ing of Ii^rior for 50 per cent of the 
$^,000 por<!hase price of the land. 
The application will be made through 
the'St^te's Cpiijmission of Outdoor Re- 
creation. 

Meanwhile, ;the city will purchase 
a 120-day option for $4,000 for the site 
at Munden Point from the owner Gor- 
don H. Campbell, a Norfolk attorney. 
ThjB land is just north of the North 
CJSolina line where North Landing Riv- 
eraoins Currituck Sound. Hanbury said 
the park will provide the citizens with, 
"ahother excellent major park to com- 
plement Princess Anne Park, Redwing, 
Mdunt Trashmore and BayviUe Park." 
The cost for developli^ the park will 
be-approximately $600,000. 

feouncilman R.L. "Buddy" Riggsnot- 
e<r adjoining farm property sold Iqi- 
$l!00b an acre. He added that the|Uie# 
is!jull of water moccasins which wo\tld- 
D't| make it a good park site, and Utat 
the land was marshy. 

fianbHry said that at least 85 acres of 
tb«i land is high and that only 15 acres 
are marshy. 

Councilman Floyd E. Waterfielif, who 
lives in the Pungo Boroogli wber^ the 
site is located, said that the farmland 
which sells for $1,000 aii acre isn't 
on the waterway. Waterfield also dis- 
cQOBtd any snake danger. 

CouficTli^an J. Henry McCoy Jr, who 
lives in th^ more densely populated 
Kednpsville 'Borough, said the need 



was greater in other sections of the 
city. 

Waterfield remarked that "we've 
been paying taxes for Bow Creek (for- 
mer country club property purchased 
by the city for recreational use) and 
DOW the people in Pungo want their 

owni^rt," 

Mayor Clarence A. Holland doubted 
that the park would be only for piople 
in the Pungo area. "If a park is acquir- 
ed, it will be just as busy as any park 
in the city... T.iere weren't too many 
people living near Princess Anne Park 
when we bought it." 

McCoy and Riggs voted against the 



resolution along with Councilwoman 
Meyera Oberndorf who said that no 
increase in the population in the south- 
ern end of the city is anticipated for 
the next 20 years. Councilman John A. 
Baum was absent. 

But Waterfleld and Hanbury are so 
Ideased with the site, they want all the 
Council members to see it - water 
moccasins and all. and set 1:30 p.m. 
(oday (Wednesday) as the tour date. 
George E. Tinnes, assistant to the city 
manager for grants said the director 
of the State Commission of Outdoor 
Recreation will visit the property then, 
also. 




Todd Rlgfs of Stttion 17 iaSud Bridge 
stopped in at the Junior Civitn Blood- 
mobile at the Dome Saturday fflomlog. 



Helpiv hlffl five "the gift of life" Is 
Ireae Mesiu of 1045 Neckwood Rd. in 
Vincinla Beaeh. 



leaeh eligible for federal funding 



'The City of Virginia Beach 
has an unemploypient rate 
averaging arouodS^S percent. 
Sffa the city is diigible to 
apjily for funds under the 
Pigili« Works Employment 
kd ef> ISW «hM^«iN^jM| 

emplivi^ r^fiw aprls* 
diction to quaUiy. 

Virginia Beach qwlifies, 
Cily Manager George L. Han- 
bury saidi because the unem'i 
Irfayment rate in ""ceHM" 
selected census tracts of the 
COy is at least 6.5 per cent. 

^councilman Robert' B. 
Ci^mwell Jr.. the whole 
pi^'spect was "unbelievable." 
He said, It looks like they're 
looking for ways to give away 
the,ta:seyers' money." 



But City Council Monday 
alleraoon unanimously auth- 
orised Hanbury to apply to 
tor fundtaig under the public 
works projects totaling 
$1M24.(JW. „ 

UMvMi'BimMrlHie^lNMt 

im««:"* .' IV'i*' .ya 

Holidays 

(continued from page A-1) 
This week Vii|!inia Beach 
City CoifflCilmanR. L. "Bud- 
dy" Riggs tried. 

First he tried the Bibli- 
cal angle: "It's more bless- 
ed to give than to receive," 
be reminded City Council 
Monday afternora. 

Maybe the Council sbosld 
reconsider its prevkms 



allocated for this funUnylor 
the eiOlre state, the Beach 
does not expect to receive 

money for all the projects, 
birt Hanbury said the "shot- 



a -:(/li7'l*V 



.B». 



action and give city 
employees an extra half-day 
off. on Dec. 23 as well as 
the Friday before Christmas. 
The same situation existed in 
1971, Riggs said, and em- 
ployees were given Thurs- 
day afternoon off. 

Councilman J. Henry Mc- 
Coy Jr. said, "1 thitit we're 
stiU right." 



aged by the guidelines for ap- 
plication. 

The intent of the Act is to 
provide immediately new 
employment (q^rtunities in 
areas where unemployment 
islrieh.. 



The other Council mem- 
bers didn't do much to in- 
dicate they'd changed their 
minds. 

Then Riggs tried the eco- 
nomic angle: "It would also 
help the economy by hav- 
ing an extra day of shop- 
ping," he suggested. 

No one made a motion 
so the matter was dronied. 




The driver of Otfs van and another car were both barged 
wiih reektese driving toltowlng an accident Smday even- 
ly at %'M p.m. 0* Pacific Avenue in front of the Tlnee 
Glut itoi^/ A pcsteager, Duny Klssan, 2S, of Rorfiflk 
was injured and taken to Beach General Hospital. The 



drivers, Uaxt D. Solomw, 19, of Dam Neck Naval Sta- 
tion aad Charles B. Taylor Jr., 20, were not hart. Power 
vat 00 for levenl hours In the immediate vicinity and 
Pacific Avenue between lift aiMl 17ih streets was closed. 
(KIN photo by Steve Stone) 




change of sonlng from resklOTtial to of- 
fice district on a .77 acre parcel south 
of the intersection of Bowiey Road and 
^h WitdKtackRoad, KempsvlUeBor- 
&gh. 

■--Gfahfed a conditional use permit 
to David B. Dennis for an autom(*ile 
service station on .7 acrepjircellocat- 
edi^n the ninith side of Sandtiridge Road, 
Mst <a toidpiper Road, Princess Anne 
BsnMgh,The site is currently used fOr 
a>rtt-PI« golf course. 

^— Grarted a conditional use permit 
tor a Ml service gasoline su^ly sta- 
tten on a .469 acre parcel at thesorth- 
1^ comer U&ore Drive andGwen- 
«ell Road, Bayside Boroo^. A vacant 
a^JmcAUe service static, is now on 
tlwslte. 

-Grarted a «»oditional use permit 



Continued from page 1 



to James H. Mahler for a hair dressing 
sbop on 1.9 acres locatd on the east 
side of First Colonial R(»d, north of 
Will-0-Wisp Drive, Lynnhaven Bor- 
ough. 

— Aniroved closure requested by 
Terry Corporattoo of Virginia of a por- 
tion of Timberlake Drive betwem South 
Plaia Trail tM Indqiendence Boule- 
vard, Kemi»viUe Borot«h, and the 
closure ofportions of Timberlake Drive 
and BristlecoM. 

--Deferred acticm on the petition of 
Pkie Acre, Inc., for closure of portions 
of streets on Midway Plat. Kempsville 
Borotgh. i 

—Granted tax refmds totaling 
$700.04. 

—Agreed to ^er an agreement with 
the Hampton Roads imitation Ustrict 



relative tu construction of a trask 
force in the north Virginia B«icharea. 
Initially the city will finance ccmstruc- 
Uon and will be reimbursed later for 
all construction costs incurred. Mean-, 
while the district will pay the city 70 
per etxA of revalues collected from 
comectioos emanating from the north 
Virginia Beach area. 

--Agreed to enter a standard water 
agreemort for subdivision of property 
of Louis R. and Ellen E. Jones located 
at the end of Arrowhrad Court, Bayside 
Borough. 

-Granted raffle permits to RVAW- 
120 Officers Wives Club and the Ar- 
rowjMd P.T.A. 

--Hearu James Catlett, presidoit of 
the Virginia Beach Jaycees sq^ort 
the estiAlisbment ot a ^teboard parte 
at Mount Trashmore 



Virginia Beach Public Notices 



ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 



State Project 128-72A 

The School Board of the City of Virginia Beach, Owner 
Sealed bids for the construction including site improve- 
ments for New Elementary School for the School Board 
of the City of Virginia Beach, Virginia Beach, Virginia 
will be received by E. E. Brickell, Superintendent at 
the office of School Administration Building, Princess 
Anne Station, Virginia Beach, Virginia until 3:00 o'clock 
Local Prevailing Time on Deceml>er 1, 1976, and then 
at said office publicly opened and read aloud. 

The procedure for withdrawal of bids shall be accord- 
ing to Chapter 4, Section 11-20.2 (1) of the Code of 
Virginia. 

The General Contract is to be awarded on a lump sum 
basis and includes all work as defined in the Contract 
Documents. 

Drawings and Specifications may be seen at the Dodge 
Plan Room, Norfolk, Virginia, the Builders and Con- 
tractors Exchange, Norfolk, Virginia, the Dodge Plan 



Room, Richmond, Virginia, and the Builders Exchange 
of Richmond, Inc., Richmond, Virginia, and at the office 
of the Architect. Waller and Todd Architects, Inc., 
1768 Laskin Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia, 23454, 
telephone (804) 428-2468. 



Sets of Drawings and Specifications may be obtained 
at the office of the Architect upon application ac- 
companied by a deposit of $100.00 per set. Upon re- 
ceipt of the complete set of drawings and specifica- 
tions, within ten days after the bid (q>ening date, de- 
posits will be refunded in full to Contractors who sub- 
mit bids, and $50.00 to others. Failure to return the 
complete sets within 10 days will constitute forfeiture 
of the deposit. 

Bid Security: A bidder's bond or certified check will 
be required in the amount of not less than five percent 
of the Base Bid. The bid bond shall be executed on AIA 
Documoit A310, or in the same form, and for a period 
of not less than 30 days after the bid opening date. 
Bond or check shall be payable to the School Board of 
the City of Virginia Beach. 

The Owner reserves the right to waive informalities 
and to reject any or all bids. 

Bidder's attention is invited to the requirements of 
Title 54. Chapter 7, of the Code of Virginia pertain- 
btg to registration. 

The School Board of the 
City ot Virginia Beach 



Take Notice that on Wednesdav. November 21, 1976 
at 2:00 P.M. on the premises of Sharp-Hariey David- 
son, 5792 Greenwich Rd., Virginia Beach, Virginia 
23462, the undersigned will sell at public auction, for 
cash, reserving unto itself the right to bid, the follow- 
ing motor-vehicles: 

1972 Barley Davidson Motorcycle, Serial #3C1 1709H2 
1972 Hariey Davidson Motorcycle, Serial #6A13216H2 
Sharp- Harlev Davidson 



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING 

The Virginia Beach Board of Zoning A];9)ealswUl conduct 
a Public Hearing on Wednesday, December 1, 1976, 
at 7:30 P.M. in the Circuit Court Room #6, City HaU, 
Virginia Beach, Virginia. The following applications will 
appear oa the agenda. 

of 30 feet ks reqtilred (from Lynnhavtii Parkway) oH 
Lot 531, Section 2, Part 2, Brigadoon, 5324 HacChon- 
anchy Street. Kempsville Borough. 

2. Kempar, Inc. by Marcus G. Dragas requests a var- 
iance of 5 feet to a 25 foot front yard setback instead of 
30 feet as required (from Lynnhaven Parkway) on Lot 
530, Section 2, Part 2, Brigadoon, 5325 MacChonancy 
Street. Kempsville Borough. 

3. FrederidE K. and Rose Marie Martin request a rar- 
iance of 5 feet to a 5 foot rear yard setback instead of 
10 feet as required on Lot 647, Section 6, Malibu, 
3536 Seagull Road. Lynidiaven Borough. 

4. Gay Burner O'Neal requests a variance of 13 feet 
to a 17 foot front yard setback instead of 30 feet as 
required (porch) on Lot 1, Block 5, Section 10, Ara- 
gona Village, 573 Rose Marie Avenue. Bayside Borough. 

5. Eugene M. Levin and Wilbur C. Allen request a var- 
iance of 4 feet to a 6 foot side yard setback instead of 
10 feet as required and of 5 feet to a 40 foot building 
height instead of 35 feet in building height as allowed 
on Lot 3, Block 19, Section D, Cape Henry, 7806 Ocean- 
front. Lynnhaven Borough. 

6. Dora M. Larch requests a variance of 2 feet to an 
8 foot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as required 
(north aide-fireplace) on Lot 13, Section 2, Bradford 
Terrace, 4853 S. Oliver Drive. Baysitte Borough. 

7. Vemm Stewart requests a variance of 70 square 
feet of sign area to a total of 102 square feet of sign 
area instead of 32 square feet of sign area as allowed 
on a Lot, Virginia Beach, 212 17th Street. Virginia Beach 
Borough. 

8. Mrs. Nancy B. Weller requests a variance of 5 
feet to a 5 tbot side yard setback instead of 10 feet as 
required (South property line) and of 10 feet to a 10 
toot side yard adjacent to a street (Aqua Avenue) 
instead of 20 feet as required of Lots 10 and 20, Block 
17A, Croatan Beach, 700 South AtlaiMic Avenue. Lynn- 
haven Borough. 

9.Shack, Inc. by Ashton H. Pully, Ji-., Attorney, re- 
quests a variance of 29 parking spaces to "0" on site 
parking spaces instead of 29 parking spaces as re- 
quired tor a two story addition on Part of Lot 17, 
Block 31, Virginia Beach, 218 17th Street. Virginia 
B««cb Borough. 

10. John D. Mitchell requests a variance of 3 feet to a 
3 foot side yard setback (both sides) Instnd of 6 feet 
as previously granted by the Board of Zoning Appeals 
and to allow parking in the required front yard set- 
back where prohibited ou Lots 11 and 13, Block 23, 
Virginia Beach Development, 311-313 16th Street. 
Virginia Beach Borough. 

11. Bay Cove Seafood Wharf by Billy D. Williams, Pre- 
sident, rec^ests a variance of 10 feet to a "0" side 
yard adjacent to a street (Fentress Avenue) instead <rf 
10 feet as required of Lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 38, 39, ft 40, 
Uock 7, Chesapeake Beach, 4536 Ocean View Avene. 
Bayside Borough. 

12. William Earl Ludwick requests a variance of 10 
loot side yard setback fri>m the west prqieriy line nd 
of 6 feet to a 14 foot side yard setback from the east 
property line instead of 20 feet as required of Parcel 
2, Subdivision of Property of Virginia F. Elswlck, 
Shenstone Court. Bayside Borough. 

13. Robert L. Cason requests a variance of 5 feet to 
a 45 loot frimt yard setback instead of SO feet as re- 
quired and ot 10 feet to a 10 foot side yard setback 
Instead of 20 feet as required (north property line- 
canwrt) on a Parcel 0.99 acres. North Unding, Route 
2, Bn 2407, North Landii« Road. PriMess Anne Bor- 
ough. 

14 Weather Makers, Inc. by WUlUm L. Hendricks, 
President requests a variance of 25 feet to a 10 foot 
front wrd setback instead of 35 feet as required ot 
^e B, Kempsville PUxa South, 5250 Challedon Drive. 
Kempsville Borough. , » . _x » 

15 John W. Brown requests a variance of 7 feet to a 
13 toot side yard Instead of 20 feet as required (north 
side-d^ched building) on Parcel C. Pungo, Route 
2 2553 Princess Anne Road. Pungo Boroi«h. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPEAR BEFORE THE BOARD 

W. L. Towers 
Secr^ary 

VBS-ll/10, 11/17 2t 



ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS 
November 12, 1976 
SCHOOL BOARD OF THE CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 
Sealed bids for the construction of a Physical Educa- 
tion Wing to and provide Miscellaneous Alterations to 
each of the following three elementary schools; Wood- 
stock, Sheldon Park, and John B. Dey, Virginia Beach, 
Virginia, will be received by Dr. E. E. Brickell, Super- 
lirtendent of Schools, In the Board Room of the School 
Administration Building, Municipal Center, Virginia 
Beach, Virginia, until 3:00 P.M. E.S.T., on Wednesday, 
December 8, 1976 and then at said place, publicly open- 
ed and read aloud. 

Plans and specifications are available at the office of 
Spigel, Carter, Zinkl, Herman, Architects, 2406-C Prin- 
cess Anne Road, Virginia Beach, Virginia or Room 
800 - Bank of Virginia Building, Norfolk, Virginia. A 
deposit of $100.00 per set is required. 

For the benefit of Sub-Contractors and Materialmen, 
plans will be posted in the following Area Plan Rooms: 

Builders & Contractors Exchange, Inc., Norfolk, Vir- 
ginia Peninsula Contractors Exchange, Inc., Hampton. 
Virginia Builders & Contractors Exchange, Inc., Rich- 
mond, Virginia Dodge Plan Room; Norfolk, Virginia 
Dodge Plan Room. Richmond, Virginia 

Performance, Payment and Bid Bond Is required and 
all Contractors who bid must be registered in the State 
of Virginia. 

The School Board reserves the right to waive infor- 
malities in or reject a«y or all bids. 
E. E. BrlQkell 
Superintendent 

VBS 11/17 It 



FRANK E. BUTLER IH, Escbeator 
tor the City of Virginia Beach 
IN RE: Various Properties 
C ERTIFIC ATE 
This is to certify that on October 13, 1976 at 10:0a 
AM in the Circuit Court of the City of Virginia Beach. 
Virginia, an Inquest was held to determine if a certain 
^ece or parcel of land had escheated to the Common- 
wealth of Virginia. The verdict at said Inquest was 
that the following real property had escheated to the 
Commonwealth of Virginia from the estate ot Helen 
Clayton, deceased: 

Lots located in Virginia Beach, Virginia known 
'^ at aU ttat 'Certain lot. plea* op-pavoel ol land with 
- - Die lntMUg3*>«a to^irovements thereon, and the 
ap^drtenances therennto beloiiing', situate in the 
City of Virginia Brack, Virginia and designated as 
Lots 4,5,6,7,8,9,10, 14, 15, and 16, in Block 3 on the 
Plat of Pecan Gardens as shown In Map Bocdc 7 page 

City of Virginia Beach, Virginia and designated 
U Lots 4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, 14, 15, and 16, in Block 
3 on the Plat of Pecan Gardens as shown in Map 
Book 7 at page 70, which said plat is recorded 
In the Clerk's Office of the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, Virginia. 
Witness the following signature and seal this 22nd 
day ot October, 1976. 

VBS-ll/10, 11/17, 11/24, 12/01 - 4t 



SHOW CAUSE ORDER 

VIRGINIA: IN THE 

CIRCUIT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VIRGINIA BEACH 

Nov. 9, 1976 

IN THE MATTER OF THE 

ESTATE 

OF FANNIE L. LUNDY, 

DECEASED 



CP «4368 

It appearing that a report 
of the account of Hattie V. 
Rawls, Administratrix of 
the estate of Fannie L. 
Lundy, deceased, and of the 
debts and demands against 
her estate have been filed 
in the Clerk's Office, and 
that six months have elap- 
sed since the qualification, 
on motion of Hattie V. 
Rawls, Administratrix, it 
is ORDERED that the cre- 
ditors of, and all others 
Interested in the estate, 
do show cause, if any they 
can, on the 29th day of 
November, 1976, at 9:00 
a.m. before this Court at 
its c(Wrtroom against the 
paymoit and delivery of 
the estate of Fannie L. 
Ltudy, deceased, to the 
distributees without re - 
quiring a refunding bond. 

It is ORDERED that a 
copy of this Order shall 
be published once a week 
tor two successive weeks 
in the Virginia Brach Sun. 
A Copy Teste: John V. 
Fentress 
Howard 1. Legum 
Fine, Fine, Legum ft Fine 
720 Law Building 
Norfolk, Virginia 23510 

VBS 11/17, 11/24 2t 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon the 
grounds of desertion. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
office address being: 27 E. 
Central Avenue, Paoli, 
Pennsylvania, it is ordered 
that he do appear here with- 
in ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect his interest in this 
suit. 



A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Philip H. Myers 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
Norfolk, Virginia 23518 

VBS 11/17, 11/24, 12/01, 
12/08 4t 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia B^ch, VA, on 

the 12th day of November, 

1976. 

Georgianna Miller Comito, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Vincent (NMN) Comito, 

Defemiant.. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

In the Clerk's Office of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA, cm ; 

the 8th day of November, ' 

1976. 

Ste{ri)anie Tucker Hancock 

PUlntlff, 

against 

Charles Hamlin Hancod[, 

in. 

Defendant. 



The (rtiject of this suit 
is to otrtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, iqxmthe 
grounds of separation. 

And an affidavit having 
been made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known cost 



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By DEBORAH lOLI 
SUN Entertainment Writer 

As the crow flies, it's a 
Straight course down New- 
town Road to the Crow's 
Nest, one of Tidewater's 
newest awpper clubs offer- 
ing a menu of fresh sea- 
food and aged beef to please 
all. 

Located directly across 
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town Road the Crows Nest is 
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Luncheon specials at the 
Crow's Nest feature entrees 
like roast sirloin of beef 
and baked red snapper ser- 
!ved complete with vegtables 
and beverage for just $2.75. 
My favorite for lunch is the 
crab bowl salad — large 
chunks of king crab mixed 
generously throughout a 
large green salad. Make sure 
you ask for the house dres- 
sing—it's great. 

Appetizers featured on the 
menu include oysters on the 
half shell, backfin crabmeat 
cocktail and one of my fav- 
orites clams casino. If yw 
enjoy clams half as much as 
I do you'll want to be sure 
to sample them at the Nest. 
Lightly broiled and season- 
ed to palatable perfection 
they're a savory steal for 
|3.0». . 

Selecting from a menu that 
offers just about every kind 
of seafood from mussels to 
a whole Maine lobster isn't 
easy. My favorite from Dav- 
ey Jone's locker (as it's list- 
ed on the menu) is the Buc- 
caneer fruit of the sea: Broil- 



ed stuffed lobster tail, sau- 
teed Alaskan crabmeat and 
golden fried shrimp served 
with the chef's special sauce 
is a combination any gourmet 
will love. I've never tasted 
anything like it. It's certain- 
ly a welcome change from the 
butter sauce you find every- 
where. 

Steak lovers will be more 
than satisfied with the 12oz. 
New York sirloin served at 
the Nest. Just try and finish 

it! 

R^dy to trip Uteliglit fantas- 
tic after desert? St^ out on 
the dancefloor fashioned af- 
ter the deck of a ship a clever 
compliment to the buccaneer 
Nest motif. 

Live entertainment is sup- 
plied nightly by "womier 
man" John Grog, a (ne-man 
show who's hard to believe. 
I call him "wonder man" 
because bow many pe^le do 
you know can play 12 differ- 
ent harmonicas, electric{^- 
no, organ, keyl>oard bass-- 
aod sing simultaneously -- 
and sound great? He does! 



The first night I walked 
into the Crow's Nest in 
search of a relaxing cock- 
tail and time to just take In 
the atmosfdiere of the pir- 
^e - cove setting, I really 
didn't much notice who was 
performing until I hnrd the 
sound of laughter from the 
audience around me. Who 
was it that had this room 
full of pe(q>le going crazy? 
Surely^ by tte sound, it must 
be a number of pe<H>le. Much 
to my surprise aixl to the 
audimce's pleasure, it was a 
solitary man — Johnny 
Grog ~ doing his rendition 
of Paul Simon's "Fifty Ways 
to Leave Your Lover." 

He stated that he had not- 
iced that only five are actu- 
ally mentioned in the song 
and proceeded to list another 
45 ways which were clever 
to say the least and had the 
audience and me rollii^. 

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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 - B-1 



End successful season 



Kempsville gridders 
fall in semi-finals 




/Un /porl# 



/CCTIOn B 



Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 10, 1976 -B-1 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 

It was fun while it lasted, but now it's all over. 

The Kempsville Chiefs, Beach District tri-champioos, and 
recipient of the honorof representing the district in the Eas- 
tern Region semi-finals, bowed 10-7 to the Bethel Bruins. 

The win for Bethel set the stage for a Bruin-Bruin en- 
counter for the finals as Bethel meets Western Branch Fri- 
day for the regional championship. 

The first half was a defensive struggle, with neither side 



«"*??^srTs;j^.s**-.. ■•" ■* w-.j.,; . 




Chief quarterback Mark Christian 



gaining a clear advantage until Battel's LtneOre«n booted a 
27-)rard field goal in the second period. 

Rick Stottlemeyer, the Chiefs most effective grpund-gainer 
all season, played both ways, despite a bout with the flu. He 
obviously felt the effects of the illness. "It definitely hurt 
us not having Rick up to full strength," said KempsvlUg. 
coach Ed Booth following the loss. 

But the main problem was not Stottlemeyer's illness, but 
rather the Bethel defense. "Betbelisbigandthey're quick," 
explained Booth. "They out-weighed us on the line by 31 
pounds a man. Now, we've beat teams that big before, but 
they weren't as quick as these boys." 

"Tbe second half saw the Chiefs come out on the warpath. 



Local runners 
disappointing 
in States 



By BLAIR THURMAN 

It was a dissapointing af- 
ternoon for the Beach repre- 
sentatives at the Virginia 
High School AAA Cross 
Cmintry Championship in 
Williamsburg Saturday. 

Hoping for sterling per- 
formances were the Bayside 
team, winners of the Beach 




THURMAN 

District and Eastern Region, 
and Ray McDaniels of Ccn, 
present owner of the records 
in those competitions. 

On this near-frigid after- 
noon, the Bayside harriers 
were outdone by the entire 
Cox aqaaii, a surprise to be 
sure, and McDaniels finished 
eighth. 

McDaniels traversed the 
3.0 mile course in 15 minu- 
tes, 32 seconds, and had to 
hustle to do that. "I was in 



second place fbr the first 
mile," said the senior run- 
ner, "bat I sUrted thinking 
about bow bad it hurt. The 
seccmd mile was terrible and 
I fell behind. At the third 
mile I made up my mind to 
get going, and I picked iq> 
about 14 (daces." 

Althoo^ eighth in the state 
is nothing to be iQtset about, 
McDaniels Is dissatisfied 
with Us performance. "This 
is the lowest I've ever fin- 
ished in state comp^tion," 
said McDaniels, who also 
competes in in^r and out- 
door track. .I~.. 

Of his t«m, which came 
in nth, McDaniels said, "I 
tUiric they wanted to beat 
Bayside." 

They g^ their wish. The 
MarUns finished 13th. and 
crach Len Greenwood was 
chagrined if not surprised. 
"We haven't been runnii^ 
well," lamented Greenwood, 
whose cross coratr^r and 
trade teams perenially dom- 
inate the area. "It's a state 
of mind, and the kids just 
aroi't doing it." 

McDaniels Parted prac- 
tice for the Indoor smsod 
yesterday, as did many local 
trackster. More than likely 
we'll be hearing from him. 




._,i ■\|-Irftriin3rii|ji#rti^i)rp|t1 



Kemps viOe's Mike Taylor brings down a Bethel runner 



SUN pintos by BLAIR THUKUam 



Backs Bfcrris Freeman and John Beaton tore off large chui^ 
Of yardage, and Hark Christian directed the attack at quar- 
terback with ease. Afler a lengthy drive, the Chiefs scored 
on a seven yard toss from Christian to tight-end Rick Beas- 
iey, who pulled down the perfect spiral in the comer of the 
end-zone. 

S(qdiomore kicker David Fleming converted the extra-point 
to send the Chiefs ahead, 7-3. 

During the drive, Kempsville pulled off quite a razzle- 
dazzle play. What was intended to be aChristian-to-Stottle- 
meyer-toBeaton link-up by hand, and-Beaton-to-a-receiver- 
by-air bit of trickery, was foiled when Beaton failed to find 
an open receiver. So he lateraled back to Stottlemeyer, who 
had to scoop up the low throw and run with it. Run he did, 



breaking tackles for 11 tough yards, aodthebest run for him 
on the day. 

Glory was to be denied the Chiefs however, as Freeman 
fumbled the ball deep in their own territory with just under 
eight minutes left in the game. Soon after. Bethel scored on a 
sweep to the right. The conversion made it 10-7. 

Kempsville valiantly fought back, but to no avail. A fake 
pum on fourth down was unsnccessftal when the officials ruled 
that Beasley's reception was out-of-bonods. 

On their last possession of thegame, the Chiefs drove down 
the field, hoping for a touchdown, but needing at least a field- 
goal to tie. As they pulled into range, the tragedy of the game 
occurred. Christian got sacked fora sizable loss on a sprint- 



out on third down. With seconds left in the contest, it was up 
to Fleming's toe, which hadn't missed a field-goal all season 
(six for six). But the sack gave young Fleming a poor angle 
In which to kick, and the distance, 37 yards, is a bit long to 
expect from any high schooler. But the hopes of the Chiefs 
dq>ended on that kick, and for the first time all year, Flem- 
ing missed, his boot falling short and to the right. Nine sec- 
onds remained on the clock, and as the sun set behind the 
Sttdlum, the season ended for Kempsville. 

"R was still a good season," remarked Booth of his 1976 
campaign with a club given nary a chance of winning any- 
thing. A stout defense, an offense that scored when it had to, 
and a M ofpride carried the team to a great season, not just 
a good one. 



I 




Champs! 



McDaniels finishes 



The Redskins of the Great Neck AihleUc AaaodatlM have 
conelttdwl tlwlr second coosecntlve undefeated season, griag 
S-0. The RedsUns, coached by Bill EnersoB and BiAbs 
RitTts, have not been scored upon in their last 14 ^acs. 
Ite Redskins ptetnred here are, froat row, L to R-Ml^- 
atf Brown. TUnmy Brunlck, BUly Wagner, Craig SIimbb, 



T«qr Bran, WUItaa EBenon, Greg Mathers. Second 
rav-Daaaf Vt^m, Mait Potsrson, Scott Trowbridge, 
Mike Bagliy, #<ta Walton, Chris Medlhi, Duane Cashman. 
Third row-Richie King, Kelly Peterson, Jonathon Ettel, 
Ty CouMll. Boyte Cole, Itevid Judge. Back row-Kirk 
Htiland, Brian Aodison. 



B-2 - Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 

For Mike Newborn 



Hard work * stardom= LQAEUAESS 



By BRUCE RAD^R 
Special to the SUN 

The lite of a champion is exciting, full of handshakes, pats 
on the back, and admiration. 

But getting there can t>e awfully lonely. 

If you don't believe it, just ask Lehigh's Mike Newborn. 
Newborn, twice a Virginia state wrestling champion at Cox, 
has made the adjustment to college grappling and now 'has 
only one goal left. To become a national champion. 

And he's determined to achieve that goal. 

"I want to win the national championship," Newborn said 
during a break at the Civitan-Monarch Wrestling Tournament 
at Old Dominion last weekend, "and to get there, I have to be 
dedicated. I train much more, twice a day, I don't party at all, 
I don't gp out, I just try to concentrate on my studies and my 
wrestling." 

Newborn has always been a loner. During the tournament, 

he sat with his father at the end of the stands, not interested 
in conversing with old friends from the other schools, just 
waitii^ tor his turn on the mat. 

"Newborn is a hot-bead, he's obsessed with wrestling, and 
that just can't be good," said a college wrestler whose team 
faced Newborn in high school. "But you have to admit he does 
win." 



And he has been winning. He was a member of the Cox 
wrestling team that dominated the state. At that time Cox 
bad the toughest high school wrestling program around. It 
only seems fitting that when Newborn picked his college, it 
would be Lehigh, one of the toughest wrestling schools in the 
east. 

"Lehigh Is tough, but ThadTurner(Lehlgh's coach) is not a 
slave-driver," Newborn said. "He's a lot like coach Gutter- 
muth (Cox's coach) very strong on the basics. 1 think coach 
Guttermuth provided me with more basics than anybody could 
have." 

Guttermuth developd a string of champions in those years, 
and one of tte best prior to Newborn was Brian Beatsra. 
Beatson set the stage for Newborn's desire. 

"Brian was my idol in high school," Newborn admitted. 
"Neitter one of us are great physical specimens, we count 
on our skills and desire. We have to work at it, and need a 
good mental attitude. 



"I think it's n iDOrtant to have someone to look up to, 
someone to comp agiinst. Brian's idols were the Granby 
wrestlers, when Granby was the big power." *^ 

But Newborn believes the time that one high school will 
tdminate area wrestling is over. "Overall, all the schools 



are getting tougher," he said. Guttermuth has kept bis pro- 
gram going, working with youi«er players and stressing 
development, but now everyone is getting better. 

"Last year Kempsville was looking ahead for Cox, to try 
to end their dual meet streak, but Cox always looks ahead 
tor the tournament. I don't think you will ever have a Granby 
or Cox, I don't even think you will see a three year domina- 
tion period. 

"The sirfrit is really moving." 

So is Newborn. Lehigh is in the mountains, and every 
morning Newborn takes off and i-uns up and down hills for two 
or three miles. After classes, he faces a two-hour practice. 
When that's over, he and a few of his teammates stay after 
for more. 

"That's all I have on my mind, "said the journalism major. 
"I have to go to class, and I have to do good to stay eligible." 

So Newborn continues his quest. He studies, he runs and he 
practices. And when he finds some free time on the weekends, 
be tries to get to pre-season tournaments, like the one at 
ODU, so he can polish his skills. 

"I entered nine tournaments last summer," he said, 
I'and this year I have already been in three. 
"I will go anywhere I can, 1 want to win the nationals." 
And no one will convince him that he can't. 



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Outdoor recreation is the 
theme for a large exhibition 
planned at Old Dominion Uni- 
versity's Webb Center, 



Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 

20-21, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

Sponsored by the Outdoor 

Recreation Committee of the 



Activities Proigramming 
Board of Student Affairs, the 
exhibition will include equip- 
ment and demonstrations of 




skiing, hang-gUding, cy - 
clinf , backpacking, skydiving 
climbing, fishing, scuba div- 
ing, sailing, hunting, canoe- 
ing, and orienteering. Tide- 
water city parks departments 
will also offer displays. 



At the exhibit, which wUl 
take over Webb Center's 
entire first floor, will be 
schedules for future sports 
workshops where merchants 
and sports figures will dis- 
cuss the danger, expense, 
time, training, and persons 
to contact to get involved 
in a particular sport. 



"The workshops and exhi- 
bition are designed to show 
what outdoor recreation is 
available and to possibly in- 
terest students and the com- 
munity in joining these 
sports," says Gerald Meier, 
chairman of the sponsoring 
committee. 



Refreshments will be ser- 
ved at the exhibition where 
an entrance fee of 50 cents 
for students and $1 for adults 
will be charged. 

For more information, call 
489-6576. 



Send sports info 
JoMie S\M\ 



ISHIKAWA JUDO SCHOOL 

1201 Laikin Rood Virginia Bcoch, Virginio 

• Instructor— TakoWko ishikowo— 8th Degree Block Belt 
iHochi-Oon) 

• Closses>-Storting October I, 1976 

• iegistralion— Porting woek of Sept. 20. 1976. 

• leginners Ootses— Tuesday and Wednesday. 6:30 to 
7:30 PM, 150.00 for 12 lessons (Chides registrotion 
fee) 

• Advonced Classes— Mondoy-Thorsdoy-Fridoy 7J0 to 
fKW P.M.. Registration Pee' $20:00, MontMy Payment— 
$30.00. Visitors Fee $5.00 



kgmneri Ckissvs and Advanced Ckm« include men and 
women irom oge 13 yeors ond vp. 



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• Children's Classes— Ages 5 through 12 years. 
Wednesdoy— aP.W.toi?-.30P.|yt . 
Satutdoy 10 a.m. to 12 noon 
No Registrotion NecessoiY 



Bulkheading 

and repairs 

Piers and Pile-Driving 
Free Estimates 

Call 481-0847 



Dineen is congratulated by Plaza mgr. Charles Sdefl 

Dineen hits perfection 



On Monday 8, at the Plaza 
Bowl, Pat Dineen, 23, bowled 
a perfect game. 

300 scores have been 



bowled before, birtthiswasa 
first. Never before during 
sanctioned {day In the 11 
yoirs of Plata Bowl's exis- 
tence, had all the pins fallen. 



Dineen, who bowls for 
Team 6 In the Monday Men's 
Classified League achieved 
perfection on lanes 25 and 26. 



Down 
Clothing 




Ul M. MilltuT Hwy. 



Cm cross country runner 
Earl Searleman checks ii> 
after flni^ili« the AAA SUte 
Meet (m &tiir<tay. SMrle- 
mao, who eunc lOOtk, wears 
a picture of kls sister Diane 
pinned to bis shorts tor good 
luck. 




^ Dec. 4, 1976 
Sports, Swimming Club 
Classes Arts and Crafts, 
Game Room, 

In the United Wey Pamlly UCF Service 
Center Next to Mount Trashmore 
Ptione 499-23 11 



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Birdneck Village 
Bancroft Halls 
Great Neck Pt. 
Birdneck Point 
Lynnhaven Colony 
PInewood Gardens 
Lake Christopiier 
Bay Island Area 
85th St. - 62nd. St. 
Linkhorn Park 
34th St. • 46th St. 



Boys and GMs must be 
12 years of age or older. 
If you would like to earn 
extra money and live In 
any of the areas listed 
below, call 486-3430. 
Monday thru Friday. 

Atlantic Ave. 31st-54th 

Admiral Keeling Rd. 

Watergate Apts. 

Laskin Village 

Green Run 

Brandon 

Brigadoon 

Thalia GardM Apts. 

Cape Stwy (Ocean side) 

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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1976 - B-3 



For sutnmer jobs 



Whttehurst urges 
prompt application 



CoBg. WmUm Whitehurst 
rMnlnds students interested 
in summer employment with 
the federal government to 
oUaln aH>licatlon forms 



from the CivU Service Com- 
mission and to file early. 
Whitehurst says there are 
more applicants than posi- 
tions available, ^nd prompt 



Erosion classes 
offered at TCC 



The Virginia Beach Cam- 
pus of Tidewater Community 
College will offer two cour- 
ses in erosion and sediment 
control training in the winter 
quarter, January, 1977. 

The statewide erosion and 
sediment control law re- 
quires that Hih county, city 
and town in Virginia be cov- 
eted by an erosion andsedi- 
ni^nt control program which 
meets the State's minimum 
standards and criteria. The 



Kempsville 

site 

rezoned 

Lakeside Construction 
Corporation has been grant- 
ed a change in «mlng from 
apartment district to resi- 
dentua district on 9. 17 acres 
located OD the we^ side of 
Lord Dunmore Drive, north 
of Providence Road, Kemps- 
vlQe Borough. 

Id granting the reEoning 
request, Virginia Beach 
Ctty Council last weeic re- 
moved a condition that a 
ditch along the western pro- 
perty line be piped with an 
adeqiuately-sized storm 
di4/ui and that a drainage 
easement be provided. 

ttt^ develoiier mainuins 
that nher developments are 
dralnid into the ditch and 
will negotiate with the city 
administration to arrive 
at Lakeside's fair share of 
the expense. 

Single family homes on 
10,000 square foot lots will 
be constructed on the site. 



purpose of the courses is to 
provide instruction for city 
engineers, land developers, 
architects, planners, job su- 
perintendents and inspec- 
tors which win assist them 
in carrying out the local pro- 
ffrum 

The details and schedule of 
the courses are as follows: 

-CIVIL rt9 "Applied ero- 
sion and sediment control. 
"Three (pirter hours of 
credit. Primarily designed 
for job su|)erintendents and 
inspectors. Will meet on 
Wednesday evenings from 
7:15 - 10 p.m. 

--CIVIL 269 "Erosion and 
sediment control planning." 
Three quarter hours of cre- 
dit. Primarily designed for 
englnees, architects, and 
planners. Will meet on Tues- 
day evenings from 7:15 - 10 
p.m. 

For further information 
call the Office of Continuing 
EducaUon at 427-3070. 



Kaufman 
receives 



degree 

AUan H. Kai^nan.of 3912 
Water Oak Hill, Virginia 
Beach, graduated from Ohio 
Stete University this sum - 
mer. 

Kaufman was one of 1,842 
students receiving degrees 
at the Columbus, Ohio 
school. 



action by interested students 
is helpful. 

Summer jobs are located 
in federal agencies through- 
out the country in large me- 
tropolitan areas. Nearly 
10,000 jobs are available 
nationwide. They include 
various office jobs, typist 
and stenographer positions, 
and sub-professional jobs in 
ei^ineering and the sciences. 

Many of the jobs require 
the applicant to pass a writ- 
ten test and have exper- 
ience or education appropri- 
Oe to the job for which the 
qiplicant is filing. Other jobs 
do not require a written test, 
however ttie appllcairt must 
have college study or oc- 
cupational experience in the 
field for which they are ap- 
pl|lng. 

Ajvlication forms iandad- 
diticmal information on the 
snniner jobs program and 
Ui^lQg dates are available 
at the Norfolk area office of 
the Civil Service Commis- 
sion, 415 St. Paul Blvd., 
Norfolk, 23510. Those In- 
terested are urged to in- 
quire and file early. 



Brabec 
enrolls In 
NROTC 



William C. Brabec of Vir- 
ginia Beach, has recently en- 
rolled as a Midshipman at 
the Naval Reserve Officer 
Training Corps Unit at the 
University of Misslssin>i. 

In addition to earning his 
college degree, Midshipman 
Brabec will also be pursuing 
a commission in either the 
U^. Navy or U.S. Marine 
. j:ai^LA«t» member ot the 
(iBOTC. Unit I>e wUl be par- 
ticipating in summer 
cruises, drills, orientation 
trips and many other extra- 
curricular vctivigles. 

Brabec, son of Mr. and 
Mrs. Curtis Robert Brabec, 
graduated from Kempsville 
High School in 1976. 



#Foce/ Beach water slide 
By Rod Mann .. . ■ . . ■ ■ 

glides into trouble 




Council apnhenslve 



Buddy Riggs 

Councilman Buddy Riggs hu been near the center 
of the alleged police spying controversy in Vir- 
ginia Beach. He has said often that he is only 
"seeking the truth" in the matter which Council 
bu chosen to not discuss. 



'How-to' session 
for holiday plants 



How would you like to go 
down a 35-foot hill on a water 
slide? 

Virginia Beach city coun- 
cllmen decided to put the 
thrill off a while to give them 
time to decide what kind of an 
environment they'd like in 
the new Arts and Conference 
Center. 

Ri<4urd D. Croul and As- 
signs, of Newport Beach, 

Nell 

seeks 

permit 

Roy H. NeU Jr. of 960 
East Piney Branch Dr. in 
Virginia Beach has made ap- 
plication with the district 
engineer for work in Cry- 
stal Lake at 521 Wilder Ct. 

If approved, the permit 
would allow construction of 
approximately 120 linear feet 
of timber sheet-pile bulk - 
head and a 32-foot open- 
pile timber pier. 

Preliminary review of the 
appUctUon has indicated that 
an enviromental impact 
statement will not be requir- 
ed. 

Replies to the application 
should be made with the dis- 
trict engineer in Norfolk be- 
fore Nov. 22. 



Calif., have applied lor a 
conditional use permit to 
construct a water slide on 
a|q>roximately 2.75 acres 
on the northeast comer of 
21st Street and Parks Ave- 
nue. 

If you don't know what a 
water slide is, you have a 
lot of company. Croul, the 
Inventor, has only four 50- 
foot slides in the country -- 
none in Virginia. But Coun- 
cilman Floyd E. Waterfield 
Jr., saw one once, said has 
daughters went down and it 
looked like fim, but not 
enough to entice him. 

The slide takes a person 
down the hill over 2,000 
gallons of water into a pool. 
Croul Monday afternoon pre- 
sented Council with visions 
of raft rides on inner tubes, 
log rolls and all against a 
backdrop planned by Edward 
G. Carson, landscape engi- 
neer and artist. 

The slide, designed five 
years ago, "will add sparkle 
to this city," Croul said. 

The Planning Commission 
recommended denial. 

Vice Mayor Patrick L. 
Standing remarked that 
"what a client builds is not 
what a designer designs." 

City Manager George L, 
Hanbury said his conceH 
was that it would be in ^ 
area of the Conference Cen- 
ter. 

Councilman J. Cttrtis 



Are you giving or re- 
ceiving plants for Christ- 
mas? Don't you want to 
know how to tak^I,ajf^pt 
the^ before «aMwtti^ 
Christmas? The Norfolk 
Botanical Garden Society in- 
vites Tidewater residents to 
join them to find out what 
Christmas plants need be- 
sides "Tender Loving 
Care." 



The Society is offering a 



course on Caring for Christ- 
mas Plants, to be taught by 
Dr. Jan Abematbie, a local 

sion course on Nov. 22 and 
29..^ It starts at 1 p.m. 
Reilervations must be made 
in advance. For further in- 
formation and reservations 
call 853-6972. Fees are $8 
for Norfolk Botanical Garden 
Society members and |12 
for non- members. 




KELLAM& BEACH MALL 
ICE SKATMQ RMKS 
Admission Bonanzsi 

November Is ICE SKATING MONTH and we're celebraUag 
By offering a FREE INTRODUCTORY skate session. 
Coma ob in and have the time of your life in an atmos- 
phere Hat only synOietic lee can offer. No water - no 
refrlientlm - jus plain eomftirt. 
Onr hats are ott'lUs moBth to the TIDEWATER FIGURE 

weekl to mlebme pn'to'^lili wmd «f ice skating 
their elHb. Have some tan-Join the skating dob. 

Sktt* DOW at the Kellam Road Ice Skating Rink or Kt 
Beach Mall Ice Skating Studio. CaU 422-3741 or 4f9> 
4004 for more information. 

Opta Dally Admission only 50^ Skate Rental only 40( 



Payne said that Hanbury 
should have the opportunity 
to review the area. 

Councilman J. L. "Aiddy' 
Riggs was afraid thatlchil- 
dren, jBnticed by thewHac- 
tlon Ju^jMiqflfftron 2ttt 
andjpPStreets. 

Council unanimously vol 
to defer the petition for 
60 days when Hanbury ex- 
pects to have the overall plan 
for the district around the 
Conference Center. Council 
also will have before it the 
awllcatlon for the street 
closii^ of a portion of Old 
Virginia Beach Boulevard 
which Is necessary for the 
permit. 

Councilman Robert B. 
Cromwell Jr. said he bad 
"grave misgivings" about 
approving the project for an 
area where the taxpayers are 
spending $20 million. 



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Deluxe Spring 
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Sentry 
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Fiberglass Hammer 
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Decorative 

Wooden Mall Box 
Handmade 
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Lustroware 
Super Can 

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5 Year 

Quarantee 




3.5 LB 
Homestead Axe 

$969 




Sentry 6 Foot 
Folding Rule 

$199 



Bull Dog Friction 
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Eveready 
Flashlight 
Batteries 



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LOVABLE male dof, 1 1/2 
jrears old. Nuetered. Look- 
Ing (or (ood borne witb 
childrea. Single workiof 
Clrl cu not keep him. Call 
M4-1297 during the day. 



Three kittens free to a good 
! bome< 1 gray, 1 black A 

white, 1 gray k black tor- 
: toise. All female, litter 

trained. 487-6532. 



WHITE MALE Gcrmaa 
Sbcpberd, 3 yrs. old. Nad 
all aiwtt. NMda kone in 
country. 4II-SNT. 



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eoivtt wttk M otttr aai- 
mala iwrtemd. Call al- 
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ROUTE DraVER 

MiMt hav* dwn ear for 1^ MMry 
of Mwipapara bi Virginia I 
Wadnaaday mornlnt. 

A good aalary and InMnt 

afa offaiadi CaH ■>• mown at 
847-4871 for app ot i t w a nt antf 
Intarvlaw. 




WHERE DO 
FROM HERE? 




You've taken stock of all the ItL — 
kmairutM . . . you'iwgathefed tham U^—-. - - -^ 
where do you go? To your ttlwlMMl l«irt rim 
. . . juit give us a call and tM wW MpyM «nn Md 
placa a dassifiad ad which offm all liiai* lli« to* 
s^. It's the easy, lowHwst way to lit iRiMMliwHh 
other families who can UM thi vwy MMRI vm M 
longer need ... and it bringt earii to vmI Owmt 
thit sound like a good mo**? 

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TlOawafr UH 

486-3430 847-4571 



FREE treea and stumps 
tor firewood. Cut your- 
self. Can 4M-6t29 



3 MIXED GERMAN Shep- 
herds female-lweeks old. 
Call after sU 545-6692 

YEAR OLD part Shepherd 
female, spayed. Wants lov- 
ing hoine with children. 
Call 428-3581. ezt. 50. 



BLACK A yellow house cat 
female, declawed, small 
cat, I 1/2 years old. Call 
54'7-2S83. 



GOOD home needed for all 
blad mother cat and kit- 
1M. 486-6615. 

'1 

LARGE TREES- Free, cut 
yourself, suitable for tim- 
ber k firewood. Phoae482- 
1918. 

Two lovable kittens, tt>r 
good homes. Both gray, one 
male, one nasty little 
girl, 2- 1/2 months old. Call 
420-2738 



FEMALE GERMAN shep- 
ard, black and tan. 11 
months old. Free to a good 
and loving home. All shots. 
623-2859. 

WfVt - Mother regis- 
tered Scatty- Father un - 
kaowa. 3 1/2 months old. 
wormed. Call 482-4014. 

FREE TO a good home. Fe- 
male Cock-a-poo, 18 
months old. 486-3400 



CATS-two bUck - fixed, 
would like to go as pair 
Call 4M-7519. 



FREE library card entit- 
les you to all the books 
yon can read. Come to any 
of our four locations: 300 
Cedar Road, Civic Center- 
Taylor Road k Portsmouth 
Blvd. - Western Branch- 
Poindezter k Decatur, 
Sooth NorfoU - Indian 
River Road k Sparrow 
Road. Mt« location in Jan- 



KITTENS, FREE to a good 
home. Call today for your 
bMutiful new pet. 485- 
S132. 



FREE FIREWOOD to any- 
one wishing to cut trees. 
CaU 499-0955. Aragona 
Area. 



GERBILS,! male and 1 fe- 
male, 8 months old. 
Own cage to transport. Call 
420-2331. 



TWO LOVABLE spayed fe- 
male cats. Need a good 
home. One calico persian 
and one gray, brown and 
white, must give away be- 
cause of allergies. CaU 
4C4-1634. 



FREE 
2378. 



Kittens Call 483- 




Music Radio 



6-9 A.M. Jon Jeffi«y Kay 'Inthmornin" 
9-12 noon Randy Mac 
1 2-3 PJM. Rick Thomas 

3-6 PJM. BMI Cody 
6-10 PJM. Joa Poatova 
1 P.M.-2 A.M. MIckay Finn 
2-6 AM, Jack Oott 

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KITTENS FREE to a good 
home. Part Tabby. Cuddly 
and loveable. Call 486-6893 



BE OUR FRIEND- Adopt 
and give your love and 
home for our animals. We 
need your help. Ports -' 
mouth Humane Society. 
397-6004. 



FOUR mlied breed pcpirfes 
Eight weeks old, Anyme 
wlK) can give them a good 
home welcomed. Medium 
sized dog. Can be seen 
anytime at 1204 Kempsville 
Rd. 



FIVE pun)ies free. Five 
weeks old, mother Ameri- 
can Spitz, father Gojden 
Cocker Spaniel. 2 male?* 
three females. Call 499^ 
8843 after 2:00 week days 
andyll wgek-end. . ..• 

Private breeder will give 
free home to wild owls, 
hawks, or any birds not 
wanted by owner. Also free 
care for injured birds. Sta- 
te permit no. 00064 Write: 
Rick at P.O. Box 13428, 
Chesapeake. Va. 23325. 

2 PUPPIES- half English 
sheepdog and half minature 
poodle. 2 females, 8 weeks 
old. Jet black. Call 481-0127. 



FREE-Miniature shepherd 
dog friendly, good watch 
dog. Call 421-3005. 

FREE to a good home. 
1 1/2 year old male, short- 
haired, mixed breed dog. 
Loves children. Call 420- 
1442. 

HTTENS-all sixes and co- 
lors. Both males and fe- 
males. CaU 482-3647. 

ADORABLE black kitten. 
Free to a good home. Call 
482-2028. 

14' BOAT with fiberglass 
bottom. CaU 482-3603. 



KITTENS, 2 gray, female. 
Give away. Call 424-4252 



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IF YOU KNOW HOW TO 
HAKE things work, adveriise 
"Services" In the Want Adi. 
Call 547-4571. 



AUTO JUNK-A-1. Always 
pays high prices. 425-0287 



AUTO CRUSHER- A- 1 junk 
ear removinf. AU cars 
towed away free. Fast ser- 
vice. 855-4011. 

a>NTROL hunger and lose 
weight with New Shape Diet 
Plan and Hydrex Water PUls. 
at Lawrence Pharmacy. 



GUARANTEED to stop 
smoking fireplaces. Old 
fireplaces repaired. New 
fireplaces and dens design- 
ed and built. CaU 428- 
7350. Virginia BMCh Fire- 
place and Chimney Sweep- 
ers. 



fflARE-Female elegant 3 
bedroom, 2 1/2 bath. House 
ia Va. Beach, om block 
from ocean, ftiUy equiped, 
dishwasher, washer, dry- 
er, trash compactor, lar- 
ge back yard, must see to 
believe. $85.00 plus spUt 
otUttiis. CaU Debbie Days- 
4M-S430 Nights 42S-S4S9. 



'We Are Never 

Satisfied 
Until You Are" 

Why pay for cheap work 
and then have to have it 
done over because it does 
not perform like it should. 
Let our experts do the job 
and you can be sure it wiU 
perform as it should. 

SEE US NOW FOR EXPERT 

BODY REPAIRING 
AUTO PAINTING 

We Also Give Frie 
Iisoranee IsUmltes! 

KIGHT'S AUTO SERVICE 

5311-G Vi. Beach Blvd. 
Next to Haynes Furaiture 

499.6042^ 



2-aie«Ul NlUces 



DISTINCTIVE GIFTS by 
mail catalog, send your 
nam*, address and &( to: 
Griagi Gift enter, Route 
3, Bos IM, antthflM, Va. 
23430. 



SEWING and alterations. 
RMSonable rates. In Dune- 
din Mar Cburehland. CaU 
483-1936. 



TYPING SERVICE - My 
home, uaBOscrtpts, etc. 
CaU 4Z0-95S4. 



ROOFUG-New and r^iair, 
aU typis, Klrkman, CaU 
587-403. 

BUY, scU, trade. SuppUes 
20% 00, sMe appraisals. 
Vlr^aia Beadi's com - 
plete eohi, and stamp shop 
BiU RuU, 1516 Thorough- 
good Shopping Center. 464- 
2121. 

COOKE'S TRANSFER - 
Moving and hauling. 627- 
3027, M5-tt45. 



KODAK 
EVEREADY 



DISTRIBUTOR 
WANTED. 



POLAROID 
H0L80N 



IndlyidujI.'SIS'lSf female, neeSSwTor partllme lodla- 
IrlbuVe work) famous Kodak film and otfiar ptiolo producfa 
througti company eslabllshed locillons. M*» Ifila your 
year for Independence. $4995.00 Inveatmenl. Guaranleed 12 
montti merchandise repurchase agreement. 
CALL llf.l«ar1ln(TollFre.)1-S00<4»1J00orColta«tM1«»1«1 
Manday to Friday, I s.m. 10 S p jn. . SaL ■ a.1*. 10 1 pJK. tX-T . 

orwrtia: FIRESTONE PHOTO CO., 

FIRESTONE BINLOINa- SINCE 1MI 
' 1l2N.MSL,Coliimbiia,OMe4321S 




GUARAMTEED Nevir to 
Scorch Fabric Use U For 
Steam Irwlng And Sew- 
IM Aid, Makes The Pertiet 
Wt For Christmas 



NEW 08R0W STEAMSTRESS 
Regular SteaimtrMS * 1 2 .9 5 
Deluxtt 8te«nstr«88 ^15.98 

Plus Va. Tis 41 

To Order Send Check or Money Order To: 

Ed'« Gift HouM 

P.O. Box 13416 
Chisapeake, Va. 
23325 



W)rking 
Around 

The 
Clock 

R)r¥)u! 



USDA taspected, 
iop-qiiiUty 

GRAIN-FED 
BEEF 

SdbitutUI Mviacs on hil- 
VM, qaarteri. 

Cut, vrvpadtoyoorspecl- 
flclatloBS 

Free hone deUvcry. 

Our penoul, moMy-biek 
gaahmtei with evaryorder 

If^oodmonr Farms 

Great Bridge 

482-2930 
(after S) 



S-ArtDBWhttw iir Sale 



1967 DODGE Coronet, '1 
owner new inspection, new 
tires, low mileage. $300 
firm. Call 428-3024. 



1973 DODGE Charger-SE, 
318, factory air, needs body 
repair and tires. $1500. 
CaU 588-3370. 

■-■■■ ■- .-'ji t li 'i •"! i tll^'j_«, ll ll ••—m 

1972 DXTSOPiWflSClon 
wagon, orange blatiCVlnyl, 
4 q)eed transmission, air 
condition, hew radial tires, 
exceUent condition, |1800 
or best offer. 497-3360 
work 583-1531 ask for Jeff 
Stanley. 



1972 CAMARO-3S0 RaUye 
^rt, V-8, SpoUer, steel 
betted radials, recent paint 
job. $2,175. Call 422-4344 
or 490-1281. 



1870 CHEVY IMPALA-4door 
hinftop, ftiUy iqa^ied, air 
condtttoning, low mUaige, 
exceUent condition. $1200. 
CaU 484-8513. 



1969 CHEVELLE MALIBU- 
V-8, automatic, power steer- 
ing, new tires, pain^ shocks, 
upholstery and «haust. Just 
injected. ExceUent condi- 
tion. $1195. or best offer. 
CaU 499-6042 ask for Al, 
after 6 eaU 482-4568. 



»-AMtowMh> Hr Irie 



1970 MUSTANG Grande - 
302 V-8 engine. Low mU- 
eage, dark graeswtthMaiA 
vinyl t(q>. Atr midltioihig 
new eanMt md tins. Ex- 
cellent condition for $1295 
CaU 421-2847 or 487-6157, 



1971 CHEVROLET -2 door 
Chevelle MiUbu. Air coodi- 
tiOttlBC, AM/FM vhiyl roof, 
RaUyt wheels, Pqlrglx* 
tires, power steering. $1600. 
Call 482-1687. 



1974 PINTO Hatchback-t300 
ce aagtae, atr coodltionlaf , 
and radial tires. $2250. Call 
547-2831. 

VAX • 19C3 Ford - good 
owditioa, carpeted, rear 
step-qt, hunk $650. CaU 
42S-38M or 4U-t46S. 



MONTE CARL08-1976's. 
Low mileage, exceUent 
condition, and in several 
colors. $4375. CaU Amer- 
ican Interaatkmal Rent A 
Car at 855-1921. 



CHEVELLE Malibu Class- 
ic- 1975 SUver with sUver 
vinyl top. 3S0 cubic MgUte, 
air, AM/FM stereo, raUye 
wheels, black vinyl inter- 
ior. ExceUent condttlon, 
31,500 miles. $3895 or 
$350 and assume monthl) 
payment of $138.00. Cat' 
424-3017 or 625-7442 

FORD-1973 Grand Torino 
4 dr. Excellent conditUm. 
$1750. CaU 543-0101. 

FORD-Club Wagon, 1974, 
exceUent condition, custom 
package . $4300. CaU 
American International 
Rent A Car at 855-1921 



DATSUN-1976, 710 Station 
Wagon, stUl underwarran- 
ty, air eoBditioning, auto- 
matic trusmissioB, AM/ 
FM stereo radio, call 489- 
7040 days, 340-3254 nighU. 
Ask for Mr. Bradihaw. 



CUTLASS SUPREMES- 
1976's. Low mUeageexcel- 
lent condition and in sev- 
eral colors. $4375. CaU 
American IntematiODal 
Rent A Car at 855-1921 



FORD- 1959, body, interior 
fine. Needs minor Work, 
best offer. CaU 4S9*3IS8. 



\ mUes,^Uil/FM 8 jJwcki 
stereo, ueeUent condition. 
$1900. CaU 421-2847 or 
487-6157. 



1975 VEGAS-Ratchback. 
Automatic, air condltion- 
Ittg. $1750. Call American 
InternaUonal Rent A Car at 
855-1921 



13-mte Waled 




rosb 
1974 Bronco 

Uke, MW, IM owner, low 
Bileice. $1995 

BAT8IDE MOTORS 

4947 8»»S ntlVE 

Vi. Beach 

m-«U 480-lOM 



1934 CHEVROLET Mas- 
ter, four door, good con- 
dition, and 1965 Sunbeam 
Alpine Roadster, very 
good condition. Best offer, 
848-4361. 



REACH THE PEOPLE 
LOOnNC for yon! Advwrtise 
aoto services with want ads. 
Call 547-4S71 today. 



GRAND PRIXS-197«'s. 
Low mUeage, exceUent 
condition, several colors. 
Call American Internation- 
al Rent A Car at 855-1921 



11-Boato. Mirlse Sawlles 



SANIffiLASTING - Boat 
Trailcn and Machinery. 
Free Estimatei. Whlte- 
horst, B l a s s l n ri ia m Corp., 
403 W. 14th St., Norfolk, 
6n-2S9«. 



PAUMIST - JIAVItM 

Gifted to t^ ud ad^te yon «ii iwVjriAte, 

bulaMB, lov«, tuck, umm • dsiw • fce<»i 
pnUMM solved di4r - «ffld«iitaL 

TELEFBONE634-S392 

Emporls, Vktlals — HD^w^p West SI 

[Next to the Mvt-iH thaim.] 



HELP 
WANTED 



-Row to Ibki $9 to $16 

Mr hew while on 
vaailM w N weekend." 



ma plni W( poitige 
*^ UdhudUai. 



Tlw Morgan PiMs 

308 South Dixie 
W. Palm Baich, Fl 33401 

erit* Hergan Pmt. <e7S 



COMPANION -Uve- to for 
elderly pttiwt. Light 
hoaMkeq>iiig and cooking. 
PlMMot mirrooniUngs. 
Great Bridge area. CaU 
547-3669. 



PRODUCTION MANAGER- 
A - Must have experience 
to prodaeUon scheduling 
and planning. B -WiU have 
dectolon making responsi- 
bUlttos. C - Salaried, Li- 
beral Benefits, FuU Time 
empioymeDt, D - Send re- 
sume to ASTER NUT PRO- 
DUCTS WC. P.O. Box 125 
Bi^ktas, Va. t3U7. 

HELP WANTED - Exper- 
ienced person to kUl and 
dress 10 docks at $1.00 a 
itad. CaU 421-7249 after 
6 p.m. 



EARN extra mooeyathome 
addressing and stuffing en- 
velives. Send self address- 
ed stamped envelope for 
taU detaUs to FR Mails, 
Box 333, Hollister, Fla. 
32047. 



FOOD PROCESSCNtS - A- 
WooM Uki experienced 
people, bat im wUltog to 
trato. B • JobeBtaltoeo<dt- 
liig and roasting paanuto. 
C - WUUng to work on a 
piraiuient night shift 3:30 
pm to 12 fflfataigM) D - 
Good wages, ftiU time em- 
ptoniMl. E • CiU ASTER 
iniTPiK>DUCTSDiC.804- 
6S4-8411. 



Ihr S nlghU work-Shrs.per 
night. 

Scuing Jewelry 
Gifts Serving pieces 
Car and Phone 
>^, necessary. 

^ H- . ^ Call 

Coppcnxal 4m-$(io 

Guld For Interviev 
•:-»K«-x<>>»>»:'»x-MW»K«-: 



raODUCTION SUPER- 
VBOR - A - Must have 
•qierienee to sqwrvtotog 
prodneUon Itoe operation. 
B - Would Uke sqwrvisor 
to have some mechanical 
abOlty. C-WUltoftoworfc 
on a permanent w^W MR 
S:$0 Ml to 12 midnight. 
D - Good wages, liberal 
baMllta, tuU time employ- 
ment. E • Send resume to 
ASTER NUT PRODUCTS 
mC. P.O. Box 125 Boykins 
Vl. 23827. 



COSMETICS* - a MarshaU 
Field lUnUy owned com- 
pany U wqiindtog to Va. 
Field Creations toe. Part- 
time consultants caeded. 
Possible to earn $100- 
$175. Commission sales. 
Send name, address, and 
telephone number to: Box 
1327, C/0 Chesapeake 
Post, Cnesapeake, Va., 
23320. "SmaU investment 



Help wanted- women wUUng 
to work and learn. For inter- 
view caU 420-1378. 



HELP WANTED - Insur- 
ance sales, no debit, need 
sales pe(q)le looking tor a 
rewarding career with one 
Ot the larger insurance 
companies in America. 
CaU 397-7061. 



SECURITY GUAHD-Tlde- 
water Equipment Corp. 
CaU 547-2181. An equal 
(qyortunity employer. 



WOMAN to clean house onto 
day a week. Good pay. 
Rosemont Rd. area. CaU 
M6-2434. 



EARN $500 or more per 
monUi, part-time, for men 
and women who enjoy direct 
sales. No territory, no quo- 
ta. 420-0977 



EARN $80 weekly at home 
to spare time addressing 
envelopes InformaUon: 
Rush: 2S( and stamped epr 
vetope to: H. Smith, Box 
170A, Red Oak, VlrgtoU 
23964. 



M-PoslMq niWMtod :. 

GETTING your FCC radto- 
tetephone Ucense? Let me. 
help you, as I have help-' 
ed others. Call 490-2802: 
J«Ty Lund, Sr. 



BABYSITTING-For workr> 
lag mothers. Great Brld-^ 
ge area. 482-4016. 



Sl-Private tastrwctlM 



it 



GUITAR, Banjo, piano, oH • 
gas and drum lessons. Pri- '. 
vate or group tostnictiqn' • 
Beginners and advanced. ' 
Accredited teachers iq • 
Chorohland, Va. Beach aivl ! 
Norfolk areas. CaU 420t..> 
4922, if no answer 588- ', 

5603. ; • 



INSTRUCTION CLASSES T 
Nurses Aides - Orderlies- 
Oak HiU Medical Tralnii«. 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



A,QUYHALL,JR. 

Degree to piano, organ and 
music education, to 
accepting a limited num- 
ber of students. Call 54S- 
0915 from 4 to 7 p.m. 



IF TOU HAVE THE mOW- 
HOW, Want Ads have the 
Job. Cbedt now! 



22-Dogs, Cato. and Other Peta 



TOY POODLES - 6 weeks 
old. 2 males and 2 females.; 
$50 each. CaU 485-3342 
after 6 or 484^8223 and; 
ask for Debbie. 

PEKINESE-2 females and 1 
male. 7 weeks old. Papers, 
shots and wormed. $75. each. 
CaU Windsor Vt. 242-6703 
or Chesapeake 545-0788. ,. 



28-Pet Services 



I wUl babysit for your - 
cat caU 428-4064. 



BOARDING KENNEL- 1 1/2 : 
mUes oft Battlefield Bli^. 
South. Tratoing, groom - 
ii^, and stud service.CaU > 
421-2781. ! 



Some advertising messages are fleeting . . . they're 
seen or heard for a few seconds . . . and then they 
are gone. 

It's not that way when you advertise in classified. 
Your message, in print, can be read and re-read 
. . . any time of the day or night. 

Wten you're looking for results, \oek V> clanified. 
One phone call puts your ad in print xtd it keef» 
on working for you . . . right around the clock I 



DISTRICT MANAGER 

Rttlr«d Parson 
orHouMwIf* 

W ymi hwe 1i-» »»«" free eech 
week sMi eniev rJ^^ffy^^JSTf 
■eeple. this ceeM be Ae r{#it Mi 
hrim. Ilea#em»iliti«e includr. 
DistmraHM ef iiew#»ers end si»- 
•rvlsieii e» spprenlnwWv »1f««r 
•ters. Tke ri|MiVpli<»^«'M«M 




sfpehrtment end ielerview 



fljNittj^W 



NEWSPAPER PRMTING 



Check our prices, deUvery and snan>y offset quaUty 
for your tabloid sise newspaper. We print newspapers 
tor MUegas, high schools, miUtary bases, churches,, 
aqrtmhr who nuAa a profosclonal prodict. 

QaiUty, low price, craftamanship. If that's what 
you'ra looldbig tor, then we're the primern for you. 
Com^e typesetting taeUitiei. 



CRCULAR PRMTMG 

Whatever you may need for your bnstoess, four 
pages or Mpages, odor, composition, speedy service. . 
we do tte Jew An advertistag circular makesu im- 
l»«Mfon. Be sure yoar reflects the image you want 
to prolM^. R's lomethlag we can help you with. CaU 
u for estimates, no olrili^itton. « 

ORCULAR DEUVB^Y 



It yon dtotrOeto eircnian to Vittl^ Bm^, Chesa- 
patM let Pertomoalh, we can lavi y^ lli^l Onr 
cantor sy s to m a, to^ir with toMrttag taou'heBe- 
ton iinnepiii. Mtmr k* iMSt Iw T^m imeey. 
Bdsey* eeranga s( toi ■nrkit mm want. CaU tor 
Mormaltoa. 



BYERLY 
PUBLICATIONS, INC. 

547-4671 



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p^iw^ipilpppiiipp^^^^^"»^J ■I'JiJ'.l. . .■••■'1"J".«*'. 



r^^^^^^mrr^ 



u Jill ^m |p ^11 ^V Hi ^ 



I 1J|I p» PWip* ji 



nna^ss^iuWr 



ttorma » too ua or too 

mail to sell with « Clu- 
Wed td. CiU $47-4571. for 
quick muUi. 



R«doc« stie 4 bit wltb Go- 
BtM Tablets A E-Vi|)"wt- 
tM-|iUls."lliirdMDni|. 



Ainr(»E CAM LEARN. You 
cu wn. Twcbqtkerit 
■tn^e tat emtlrt new 
holibyuABgTiaCHEMll- 
qpid MBbroidtnp- No lo- 
VMtnMrt, 4tO-4IS2. 

mi CutM Fit Tow 
Vkolt Boo* «ilk LUXURY 
raUPES aad TRATERSE 
tttmt Exp*rtl7 iMlilMfor 



Svifsaad 



«ni 




MMtyMtftry 



DRAPEMASTERS 

«1-I»S 



TOR SALE-Snn arglrU 
Ucycl* in *enr good coo- 
ditlon. Only 1 year old. 
Back wiwel brakes. Only 
$2S. Call M7-414a. 

nW SALE - 1 yMf Old 
WkrlitMr Plaao coBMle. 
'MU IISOO, mul Mil for 
•UOO. Can 4S4-SMI. 



FRUIT SALE! 
nrect from Florida. Slmn- 
aerad by the Indian River 
Band Boosters. Fruit will 
arive OB Dec. 10th. Pick 
ty or we will deliver. To 
order or for farther infor- 
nation eaU 424 - 2709 
or 420-S4M. Orders jnust 
1m in before Dee. 1st. Small 
sartons of orances 4.29, 
larce carton of organces 
7.S0. Soull cartons of 
Grapefroit - 4.75 , large 
cartons otGrapefruit - S.00 
Small cartons of navel or- 
Uges - 5.00, LAige ear- 
tons of navel oraages-9.00 
Small cartons of Taigelos- 
4.25, LargecartonsofTao- 
grios - 7.50. No Mixed 
Fruit. 



ELECTROLUX-Thts years 
model. Two year guaran- 
tee. All attachmenU, ex- 

(MeUent condiUon. CaU547- 

> M49. 



^. 



t tutj ./-'i 



Trim'dtr ' 
Excess 

Pounds and 
IncAos. 

It can happen to You With 
Our High Protein Natural 
Vitamin Weight Loss Pro- 
graifi. 

' jwttbout exercise 
iritbout hunger pains 
Mtbout starvation diets 
TUs is a high protein, nu- 
Iritioua, food scarce witk 
No Chomieal additives. 
MoMy Back Goaraatee If it 
d«esa't work for yon. 
Margaret O'Leary 
at 427-ISS5 



DON'T NEED A GOOD TV 

anymore? Sell it! DUl 547- 
4571 tor a fast acUog CUs- 
aifiedAd. 



irXrScIeslS^ir 

mmmmmmmmmmmmi 



SEARS-PortaUe Kenmore 
Dishwasher. Excellent 
condition, like new. Har- 
vest gold with dark brown 
tormlea top. fits. Call 
547-2205 



FOR SALE: Black and white 
console TV, f20 Lawn- 
mower, Sears model, one 
year old, like new, f75. 
Cbairbed, Simmons model, 
leather, |70. 17 cu. ft. up- 
right Continental freeaor, 
one year old, |200. One 
corner desk, bookcase 
type , child's $25. Child's 
cbitforoba, $15. Call be- 
tween 9 am and 4 pm, 
422-S505. 



FRUIT CAKE MIXES, nuU 
Hersbey's chocolate bits, 
canned nodsiat wholesale 
prices. Rlcbter's,l010ra- 
pax, Norfolk 622-7339. 



HANDCRAFTED DULCI- 
MER - straight from the 
Blue Rldgc Mountains. $175 
Call 491-117S. 



■w 



ANTIQUE COLLECTORS 
check the Want Ads weekly 
for rare values. Turn bade 
now! 



SALE! 
ANTIQUES-rwfiaished and 
in-tbe-rongb. Loads ot 
glassware A China, Just 
in. DOLLS - Bisque, 
French A German. Also 
Shirley Temples. Visit our 
doll room. Come browse 
Open 7 days a week. 
Melton'a Antilles 
4201 Indian River Rd. 
We bay antiques, estates 
A doU Collections. 420- 
8911, 420-5117. 



29-iraBM To Bqp 



CASH-For your portable 
TV, used TV $35 and up. 
Expert repair work,same 
day service, easy park - 
Ing from 9:30 to 3:30 
Volkstorf's Downtown 
Portsmouth, 613 Chestnut 
St., Call 397-4091. 



11 - Coiu sad Slaa»a 



NCmVIEW RARE CdWS - 
Nortojtf 's; inos t ^ ffl^^^ 

•53-81U. 



U-JewelryAWat<Aai 



For Sale 

BRACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1' wide witb pear 
ahape omameat and dia- 
monds on top} Vtty valu- 
able. CaU 547-18l». 



34-Firewood 



FIREWOOD - miyed hard- 
wood ISO per cord. All Oak 
160 per cord. Delivered 
421-3791. 



FDtEWOOO-AU hardwood, 
3/4 ton truck load. SpUt, de- 
livered and sUcked. $35. CaU 
497-1652 after 6 or 1-357- 
5946 Isle of Wight County. 



Il-Lawa aad Garden 



GROW YOUR OWN FRUIT 
Free copy 4l-pg Plaatiog 
Guide Catalog In color - 
oflered by Virginia's lar- 
gest growers of trutt trees, 



uA trees, berry plaots, 

Sipe vines, landscap - 
plant material. Way- 
neaboro Nurseries-Way- 
Msboro, Virpinia 72990. 



4g^ApTf eata tar Rant 



FOR RENT - Furnished 
martnant. One bed in 
LyoBlnven arM of Va. 
Baacb. Walk to Bay or 
shopping center. |12S 
month-winter rates. Mili- 
tary welcome. Nopets. CaU 
4I1-S08S. 



>0-ror Sale PorUmo^^ 



3S- 



Cqid|«eat 



FORK LIFT-1974 -ALLIS 
CHALMERS, model ACC 
25. Land capacity 2500 
lbs. Propane fuel, 190 hrs., 
Uke new, |7,500. CALL 
421-3780. 



41-Apartmaats tor Rent 



LADY to share aprtment 
lo South Norfott. CaU 545- 
0121. Nights 488-7479. Re- 
ferences required. 



QEORQETOWN 
COLONY 

HOME SITES F(» SALE 

In: 
Peo|de idannliig BomM 
A Custom Builders 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
333 Providence Rd. 

Can 464-0317 



to- For Salt Portsmouth 



CHURCHLAND - Brandon 
Square TowiOouse. 3 bed- 
room, 1 1/2 baths, Living- 
room, Dining room, uti- 
lity. $30,500 or assume 
7 3/4 VA loan. Call 485- 
2628 work or 484-0173 af- 
ter 5. 



70- 



FURNITURE: Rtflnlshing, 
15 yrs. experience. Anti- 
ques and used. Free es- 
timates, pickup and deU- 
very, 547-7409or543-0053 

LOT Clearing, Grading, 
Demolition, Acerage 
Clearing. SmaU or large 
jobs. By the hour or Job. 
FREE estimate call 547- 
1802. 




Use this CQupon 



MAIL TO: BYERLY PUBLICATIONS, P.O. BOX 1327 

CHESAPEAKE, VA. 23320 

O.K. hom«to«m newsp^wr, I've been reading abo^ how your newspapers 
sell, rent, find and inform with classified ads. 



Loans 

NOTE and AUTO 

Norfolk 

County 

Finance Co. 



LOCALLY 

OWNED 

462.3381 

342 BATTLEFIELD BLVD. 

WILSON 

SHOPPmC CENTER 



HOME 
SERVICES 



fflcwdo, Inc. 

SESVnG CniSAPEAKE 
FOB U TEARS 




We bappy to anuonaec Mra. 
Irene Lnxford is now as- 
sociated with owr firm. Sbe 
invites her man friends 
and cUants to call or visit 
bar in bar acw locatloa. 

Please tati tree to call 
her anytime for tree ea- 
timates on (be value of 
your property or any real 
astatai service. 

WE COVER CHESAPEAKE 

.RICARDO, INC. 
tXALTCBS 
$91 JOHNSTOWN tS). 
CHESAPEAKE, VA. U$20 

-n THE HEART OF 
GREAT BRHKE" 

mm 



INDUSTRIAL A 
CONSTRUCTWN 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 



AIR COMPRESSORS '543-5723 




AND AIR 
TOOLS 




4333 BMxMge Blvd. 

N(mMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air Compressors 
.^ce Heaters 
.Chain Saws 
.Welders 
.ForkUfts 
Cranes 
.Pnmps 



BLACK 
BROTHERS 

Bonders 

Home Improvements 
Contractors 
Garage BuUders 
Room Additions 
Aluminum Siding 
Roob - Carports 
Kitchen Remodeling 



CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hngb E. BUck, Sr. 
1800 Pait Avenue 
Chesapeake, Va. 



^ 



ROOM ADIHTMNS 
KITCHEN REM(H)ELING 



t gajpge to a den 
ortemUvrtdn 

Cenue Tiia, Brick, A 
Bloekwotk 

Wa specialise in 
Hom e Improvements! 

RK BLACK 



Co. 
397-7178 
EVENINGS 



$ 9»-«4» 9 

ANYTIME 



HODSEWCmK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extraction carpet clean- 
ing, floor waxing and 
stripping, window cleaning, 
carpet and upholstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
insured. 

FREE ESTIMATE. CaU 
DOMESTICARE at 485- 
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B-6 - Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 17, 1916 




Immunizations stiii available 



Influenza immunizations 
will continue to be made 
available to Tidewater adults 
18 years of age at no cost 
by Eastern Virginia local 
health depariments until the 
secowi week of December, or 
until supplies of vaccine are 
exhausted, Dr. Everett G. 
King, Eastern Virginia re- 
gional medical director, Vir- 
ginia State health Depart- 
ment, announced the past 
week. 

Public requests for a se- 
cond chance to obtain 'flu 
shots began Monday, Nov. 8, 
the day after the final mass 
immunization clinic in the 
region, and continued daily to 
increase. 

In response to this rising 
interest, the region's local 
health directors began to 
schedule make-up clinics. 



These will have to be dis- 
continued later since the in- 
fluenza season is usually well 
under way next month, and it 
will then be too late to es- 
tablish protective immunity 
against the spread of the di- 
sease. 

Both types of current in- 
fluenza vaccines for adults 
will be available as long as 
supplies last: the monovalent 
A/New Jersey/76 "swtoe: 
vaccine, and the bi-valeot 
A/New Jersey/76 A/Vlctor- 
ia/75. The latter is recom- 
mendea tor adults vlth 
chronic disease. 

Physicians in private 
practice also may continue 
td obtain vaccine for thMr 
patients at local health de- 
partment without charge. The 
split vaccine appropriate for 
children between three and IB 



years of age will also be 
available to physicians. 

Any adult reprdless of re- 
sidence who wishes to Ob- 
tain an immunization should 
make contact with the near- 
est local health department. 

Several factors Indicated 
that it would be useful to 
continue offering influenza 
immunizations after the 
mass clinics closed, Or. King 
said. 

For one thf(g, the num- 
ber provided in those clin- 
ics rose (btly, from a low 
of 11,662 at the beginning, 
to a high of 37,266 at the 
close, an increase of near- 
ly 32 per cent. Then, the 
day after the clinics ended, 
the public began to ask local 
health departments to give 
immunizations. 



People reported they had 
been slow to decide to par- 
ticipate in the program, were 
out of town, ill with cold, 
or otherwise unable to get 
a "shot". 

When the mass clinic pro- 
gram concluded, Eastern 
Virginia's level of influenza 
protection had reached 31.4 
per cent of the eligible adult 
population, a level substan- 
tially higher than the national 
per eentage then reported at 
something Hke one-tenth. 

The regional total included 
the following: mass clinics, 
195,170; health district sv9- 
plementary clinics, 9,963; 
private physicians, 17,864; 
private industry, 943; private 



Kempsville park 
in planning stages 



(SUN photo by Steve Stone) 



Marker presented 



A historical marker was presented in the 
cold winds of Saturday afternoon by the 
Princess Anne Coun^ Chapter of tte 
Daughters of the American ReTolutiogi.. 
ParUcipatliv in the ceremonies at Uie 



Francis Land House at Rose Hall, from 
left, Mrs. Bcmrd F. White, Bicentennial 
chairman; Mrs. Everett A. Mitchell Jr., 
regent of ttie local ch^ter and Council- 
man John R. Griffin of Virginia Beach. 



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Virginia Beach is work- 
ing on a plan which will 
give the Kemi^ville area a 
regional park while paying 
for half the land. 

The 62-acre park tenta- 
tively will be only located 
in Rosemont adjacent to the 
Parks and Recreation De - 
partment Headquarters. 

Under a plan presented 
to City Council by City Man- 
ager, George L. Hanbury 
last week, half of the acre- 
age would be made up of 
land dedicated by the de - 



veloper in the subdivisions 
of Brandon (6 acres), Rose- 
mont Farms (10 acres), a 
school site and Indian Lakes 
(15 acres). 

The need fbr the 6 acres 
for recreation in Brandon 
diminished when the School 
Board purchased a 28-acre 
school site there which can 
also be used for neighbor- 
hood recreation. The 10 and 
15 acres intended for school 
site dedication were likewise 
no longer needed for schools. 
So Hanbury decided to put 



them all together in Rose- 
mont where the developer is 
required to hold another 31 
acres of open space avail- 
able for the city to boy at 
raw jand prices within five 
years. 

The land-swapfring will 
be possible because all three 
subdivisions are being de - 
veloped by the same firm. 
With Mount Trasbmoreand 
Princess Anne Park, the new 
site should provide sufficient 
park facilities for the 
Kempsville area, Hanbury 
said. 



P.4. band wins lionors in /V.C. 



By BUD LOWE 
SUN Bands Writer 



A day for bands. 

A day for love. 

A day set aside by the people of Cary, N.C., to show their 
for young people and their music. 

iUiother big day for Tidewater, and for Princess Anne 
High School. 



The second Saturday in November is known as Cary Band 
Day in North Carolina, biggest show of bands this year. Ask 
any high school band member about Cary. If they have been 
there they say, "It's the greatest." If their school has not 
been there they say "Wish we could go." 

"A day set aside by the people and proclaimed by the may- 
or to honor high school bands of the Carolinas and Virginia," 
sav the area's band boosters. 
; "This year, 46 bands from three states were in attendance. 




It has to be rated as one of the stiffest competitions assem- 
bled on any field this school year. A|q>rozimately 6,000 stu- 
dents put on a show annually that will long be remembered. 

The Fabulous Marching Cavaliers of Princess Anne High 
School walked off with tbree first i|dacetro|d>ies: drum major, 
percussira, and overall band in A Division. 

Field competition was divided into three grmqts according 
to size of high school, beginning with the smallest high 
schools: 

Class B (enroUmmt 800-1290)-- 1. Madlson-Mayodan, 
N.C.; 2. Bums, N.C.; 3. Clinton, N.C. 

Class A (enrollment over 1250)1. Princess Anne, Virginia 
Beach; 2. E.C. Glass, Lynchburg; 3. Green Central, Snow 
Hill, N.C. 

The big show of the day was the percussion from Princess 
Anne under the leadership of Bill Pendergrass, with the as- 
sistance of Laura Prentice, Kenny Johnson, Don Dougherty, 
Jimmy Hueber, Ted Hawver, Mark Dalley, Tom DiMardo, 
Pat Johnston, Pat Scott, Stella Coccovaldez, Bruce McPher- 
son, Jimmy McGrath, Brian Barker, DarreU LUley, Gary 
Melton, Mark WajQs and Randy Joumigaq. 

The Commanders for Princess Anne's Cavaliers are sen- 
ior drum major Gary Wirt, junior drum majors Laura Hock- 
ey and Pat Kaiser, drill team captain Gina Cook and co-cap- 
tain Mata Peyton. Band director is Ron Collins and drill team 
director, Sam Reynolds. 

This gnai show of bands was complemented by two per- 
formances of the famous Cary High School Band. This band 
was billed as the Bicentennial High School Band for the State 
of North Carolina. 

This coming wertend oar Beach Bands, Princess Anne, 
Cox, Bayslde, and Kellam wlU travel to East Carolina Uni- 
versity. It will be ECU'S b^ day, and the field of competi- 
tion promises to be very glmmg. 

We wish all four of the high school bands from the Beach 
the best of luck and hope they have a successful trip. 



Princess Anne High School's Commanders, from leii, Mata Peyton. 
Gina Cook, Gary Wirt, Pat Kaiser, Laura Hockey and 



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sons. 

With additional immuniza- 
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become reasonably effective, 
it may be possible to move 
nearer the 50 per cent cov- 
erage needed for good epi- 
demic prevention. 

The 1976 "swine" 'flu pro- 
gram was a historic first 
effort to immunize whole 
communities against a pre- 
ventable communicable dis- 
ease, and it was a program 
made possible only through 
the generous assistance of 
many hundreds of public- 
spirited citizens in Eastern 
Virginia, Dr. King said. 



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On legislation 



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City to submit 
four proposais 



Foul* legislative proposals will be 
submitted by Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil to the Hampton Roads Area -• 
Wide Committee on Dec. 8. 

City Manager George L. Hanbury 
last week told Council ttiat he ex- 
pects to plan a meeting before that 
date of area legislators with Coun- 
cil to consider proposals strictly for 
VirgUHa Beach. 

The area-wide committee is con- 
cerned with legislation of a general 
nature which will affect the entire 
area. 

The proposals to be presented by 
Virginia Beach are: 

--Standards of quality in education 
mandated by the General Assembly 
must be accompanied by ittll State 
funding to implement the standards 
at the local level. Councilman George 
Ferrell said the "legislature puts a 
lot of tnirden on us without provid- 
inir the ftind.s to go with it." 



--The General Assembly should en- 
act legislation to prohibit collective 
bargaining for all public employees. 

"The General Assembly should pro- 
vide for a local option surtax on the 
state income tax collected at local 
incidence. A new form of taxation 
is needed, Mayor Clarence A. Hol- 
land said, or the real estate tax will 
be pushed, burdening the older person. 
The question of whether localities could 
impose a tax on the military payroll 
is still unresolved. 

— Distribirtion of net sales tax rev- 
enue to operate public schools should 
be based on the average daily mem- 
bership of the school divisions of each 
county and city^ as certified by the 
Comi^roller of the Department of Edu- 
cation. This would be more equit- 
able than the current method which 
is a census of school age popula- 
tion living with in each county or city. 



Sick leave policy 
being examined 



[he sick leave policy for «b- 

of the City of Virginia 

Bead Is v n(W i tp,w [| rter jc^iny. 




Vytrea rt^ on the way employees 
•re ^m sMt l^ve. 

HH^ry 8«U last week that the 
city studied the possibility of re- 
terting to a former policy of giv- 
ing an employee one sick leave day 
a month, but decided against it be- 
cause employees then feel that the 
city owes them the leave time, 
whether they are sick or not. Now 
employees are permitted three sick 



days in a row. After that a note 
is required from the employee's 
ptursician, 

Ip some cases, Maoiniry , said, 

luffed i»r Vyekt or marer Hie 
policy, iiMd at tip ^crrtioB of 
the department haws, has "prac- 
tically eliminated" the need of em- 
ployees to get dlsabiUty insunnce. 
Raobury said, the city has the 
lowest sick day rate of any other 
municipality in the area. He said 
he would recommend the policy be 
left as it is, but will make a 
study. 

Riggs said he "would like to have 
a report just to see." 



Beach tax year 
matched to fiscai 



Virginia Beach citizens wUl pr(rt>- 
ably Uke the idea of having a re- 
prieve from appraisals from the r^l 
estate assessors' office. 

And that's what they'll get when the 
city charter is changed to permit the 
ealeniar tax year to coincide with the 
ftscal ]^r which runs from July 1 
to June ^. 

Virginia BMch City Council last 
week ai^roved the change which has 



to be submitted to the General Assem- 
bly for approval. 

A pid>lic hearing on the change is 
scheduled for Dec. 9. 

Council also authorized City Mana- 
ger George L. Hantniry to extend the 
87 cents per $100 emluation, the true 
tax rate for the flrst six months of 
1977. This compares with the present 
11.45 per $100 evaluation on 
Continued on page 5 



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Qt Q glonce 



Carriers of the Virginia Beach SUN 
were treated to a day al The Old Coun- 
try in WUUamslwrg this wttkaa. 
notos M page A-2. 



There wts noOilac fishy about ttie Old 
DonatioB Church Annual Caster Roast 
and Basur Sahirday, )ust good food 
and good Items tor good causes. See 
page B-1 for pictures. 



Chrtataas is Indeed comiag and Santa 
CUin arrived at Virginia Beach this 
past weAwd signallii« the start of the 
Bicentearikl hoUdsy season. Sec page 
A-4. 



Garden chibs, wives clubs and civic 
leagues are busy. See page A-7. 



>¥. 



Girls recreattM haskfllwU and a mw 
boys flag to^ball program have con- 
eloded lor tts year. BMch high school 
eo«cb«t are closely scnrtiDiied. These 
and otter #orts stories witt pictures 
rapagMB-t«adB-S. 



The setMo of band competitlMi Is til- 
ing. Bud Lowe covers the ECU con- 
petitloo which saw Princess Anm and 
Cox as winners. See page A-6. 



Dr. Cectt Hedges wiU co^tet a mini- 
ttwaia Mov. 29-10 at EajaaHcl B^- 
tlsl ehntli ta Yirgtaia BMch. DeteUs 
on page A-3 with an the dMrdi news. 



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Servigg^li^fl^^rld's largest resort city 





City of Virginia Beach, Va 



Wednesday, Nov. 24. 1976 



2 Sections 



15 cents 






'Tomorrow' report Issued 



Virginia Beacli in 2000; 
wlrat we'll have and why 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUN Public Affairs Writer 

It is the year 2000 and Virginia 
Beach is a city of 350,000 to 400,000 
people. 

Of course, during the summer the 
population is quadrupled with the in- 
flux of tourists and the convotion 
business attracts visitors during the 
entire year. 

The city has been careful to pre« 
serve its.tarailand to fam^ re- 
wumt.a iMtt -h wi a a awiMttHWttii 
the Hkjei* Uiitaktrt9i^th»^r 

Att^tion ha& b^n.^Ji^ej.: 
versUo^ai^ industry, 40 inl . „ 
to tourtem, ^ii|fetttion and ttrming, tl 
city reaps bSmts of manifacturi^, 
mostly high-technology, light manu -f 
facturing and agri-business; con>\ 
struction, military and commercial. 

It's a clean city with clean indus- 
tries and a long-term water axf^y 
is assured through the city's dir«d 
interest in a water system. 

Housing is varied to fit all kinds ot 
people with all kinds ot pocketbooks. 
Home ownership is not only encour- 
aged but provided by dissemlnatini dt 
information on low and moderate' 
income housing and through securing 
of state and federal susbsidies. 

Virginia Beach is continually 
strengthening its social services so 
that the needs ot the elderly, the 
disadvantaged and the handicapped are 
met with day car, healthcare, housii^ 
and recreation. 

The 37-year-old city has a soimd 
health care system available to per- 
sons of all income levels from all 
sections ot the city. To reach its 
present level ot care, Virginia Beach 
has encouraged doctors and medically 
related personnel to establish prac- 
tices within the city, aicouraged at- 
home care where possible and develop- 
ed ambulatory care centers maUng 
available convenient health facilities 
to all who need them. 

Virginia Beach schools are grared 
to provide the programs of greatest 
benefit to most people and programs 
are implemented which will help the 
handicapped and gifted as well. 
Teachers have been relieved ot the 
extraneous noa -teaching duties so tiiat ^ 
they can give full attention 
students. 

Use is made of school buildings aU'^. 
year. 

The cultural and recreational acti- ^ 
vities in the beach are Ideal. Resi- 
dents and visitors have at their dis- 
posal tennis courts, golf courses, mari- 
nas boat ramps, bikeways, swimming 
pools and nelgbt)orhood youth activttt«c^ 
Cultural and artlsitic endeavors sudK 
as the symi^ny, concerts, museunuJI 
ballet and theater have been tlouriM^ ¥ 
ing. The public also has available fei^; 
recreation Fort Story, Camp Pe«lletoii, 
Seashore State Park and Flase Cape 
State Park. Throi^b wise purcbassi 
and zone restrictions open spaces 
land ar»s for recreation along 
beach front have been preserved. 

'Hirmigh efforts of the city, a Aatff 
recreational agency has been formed; 
to arra^e financing tor parks and re- ' 
creatton. 

Mass truisportati(» has gractailly . 
suH4em«rt«* private artOTi<»lles, 
conservU^ eneity »^ «* ^e ^^^ 
time keeping traffic controllable. The 
military and the city have co<^r«t- 
ed to form car pools, bus services 
and other means of mass transit and 
the city continues to participate la 
regional transportation plannmg. ^ 



Police training has been upgraded 
and vohinteer dtizens have been so 
involved In crime prevention that cit- 
izens feel safe and secure on the 
streets and in their homes. 

In all areas, citizens have been 
encouraged to inrticipate in the city's 
affairs. 

To make Virginia Beach wlat it 
is today in the year 2000, the city 
was wilMng to increase taxes or es- 
tablish new Ql«s-affu||Blhem, the city 



estate tax, city personal property tax 
or city luxury tax. 

The general goals established to 
place Virginia Beach in today's po- 
sition were set forth on Nov. 22, 
1976 by the Virginia Beach Tomorrow 
Program in association with the Cen- 
ter tor Urban and Regional Research, 
Old Dominion University in Norfolk. 

By adhering to guidelines the city 
followed the advice of Councilwoman 
Meyera Obemdorf who suggested back 
in 1976 tha^ since the city paid $47,000 
tS^i^ajmmKln% 4kwU use It aa4 



"not pOt it in a drawer." 

Chairman ot the Committee, Eric 
Dunn-Rankin, in reporting to Council 
"34 years ago" emphasized two points 
in the proposals. The first was for 
a comprehensive land use plan with 
effective zoning to manage population 
and economic growth, and the second, 
establishment of a referendum to pro- 
vide bond funds for the acceleration 
tf public acquistion of recreation and 
open space lasd. It's be«i a long 
time getting here, but It's been worth 
thetriy. 




to their : 



Fall's last gasp? 



BMCh reddents had a brief respite this we^ tnwi ttc 
unsaasoubly cold weather which has even brought snow 
Hurries Into Virginia BMtch in past weeks. Teaaperatatres 
"soared" into the "high" U's, much to auuiy people's 



pleasure. Corky Mara, 16 <d 104 East 240) St. and Lin 
Cassidy, 19, of in Suffolk Lane in VirginU Beach took 
the oppcrtalty to play witt a tridtee at tte beach. (SUM 
photo by Slave Strae) 



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A-2 - Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 24, 1976 




Old Country hosts SUN carriers 





Enjoying tSe completion of a Mood curdlinc roller coaster Chapa, Malerie Grace and Marion Forbes. SUN carrier 
ride were Michelle Chapa, Lori Dusch, Al Chapa, Debbie Michelle Chapa sold iS new subscriptions. 



The name provided some excitement for four SUN carriers. Buteft Dinger, M, Michelle Forbes, ZS and Mike LaHor- 
From the front, Bmee Clark, who sold >9 sabserlpUms, ner, SI, enjoy the ride. 






David Rausworfli, who has gained $9 new customers. Joined 
Ronnie Hodgkiss who holds the record with 42 new sub- 
scribers, for a ride down the Old Country's biways. 



MaUag a new friend wwre Malerie Craee and Debbie Chqw 
though Malerie seems less than enthusiasUc about being 
photographed with him. 



Carriers of the Virginia Beach SUN recently 
completed a subscription drive and the top sales - 
men were treated to a day at The Old Country, 
courtesy of the SUN It was a fun-filled day with 
rides, games and interesting sights. 

SUN photos by Jim Brown 





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Tou can't play aroand all day without getting hungry u Tom 
lamicci, Andy StaUer, Mr. Stahler and Greg Blank 
found 0^. So it wu o& to the parking area at mtd-day 
fbr a (ioick Mte. 




Jim Brown, cireulaticm manager of Um SUNdiowedhis ridll 
by winyag this fiioopy doU wUsb Sajnfh Werner and Ronald 
Cuffee held for bim while ttw pictare was taken. Jim is shy 
about his idetiu'e and be was also busy at the time. (SUN 
photos by Jim Brown) 




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Martea Foctts and Sally StaUer found that big Mrds can 
help you stay warm oa cold days. 



"The %kler" iits rkto U caUed, bat It iMn't seem to 
shalw 19 &yo^ Watm or CowlMy Tyler to much. 



Malerie Craee, a SS sriMcriptiia seller, showed the "rigor" 
of a completed ride. With her is carrier D^ie Ctapa. 



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Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 24, 1976 



Dr. Cecil Hodges to lead 
mini-crusade Nov.29-30 



Dr. Cecil Hodges, pastor of Bible 
Baptist Church of Savannah, one of 
the largest churches in Georgia, will 
conduct t mini-cnisade at Emmanuel 
Uptlst Church Nov. 29 and 30 at 
7:30 p.m. each evening. 

WI191 Dr. Hodges accepted the pas- 
torate 19 years ago, Bible Baptist 
Church had 31 members. Today the 
church has nearly 4,000 members and 
an average weeldy attendance of ap- 
proKlfflttely 1,600. 

TIMi church's growth has been so 
dramatic that Dr. Elme/ Towns, Sun- 
day School Editor of Christian Life 
llagicine, included Bible Baptist 
Church in bis best-selling boolt "Ame- 
rica's Fastest Growing Churches." The 
book describes the team teaching and 
evangelism that have boosted the 
church's growth over the years. The 
Sunday school was also the subject of a 
recent feature article in ' 'Success Mag- 
azine." 

Dr. Hodges is founder and president 
of Bible Baptist Day School. Now in its 
sixth year of operation, the school has 
an enrollment of 1,000 in grades one 
through 12. 

In addition to his responsibilities at 
Bible Baptist Church and School, Dr. 
Hodges has served as vice-president of 
BapUst Bible Fellowship International. 
He served as director of Fellowship 
Publications, a subsidiary of Baptist 



Bible Fellowship, and served on the 
Fellowship's Board of Directors for six 
years. Mr. Hodges is a member of the 
Board of Directors of .the American 
Association of Christian Schools; a 
member of the founding Board of Direc- 
tors of Baptist University of America; 
and a member of the founding Board 
of Directors of Concerned Americans 
for Life and Liberty. . 
Or. Hodges has conducted many re- 




Dr. Cecil Hodges 



vivals, Sunday school clinics, steward- 
ship conferences, church administra- 
tion programs, missions conferences 
and Bible conferences throughout 
America. 

Dr. Hodges has been greatly used as 
a stewardship banquet spealier. He has 
spolcen in some of the largest churches 
in the nation. He is the author of a num- 
ber of pamphlets, including one on the 
controversial subject of capital punish- 
ment. 

A native of Virginia, Dr. Hodges re- 
ceived his elementary and high school 
education in Mecklenburg County 
School.5. He received his theological 
training at Baptist Bible College, 
Springfield, - Missouri, and holds an 
honorary Doctor of Divinity degree 
from the California Graduate School of 
Theology. Mr. Hodges is listed in the 
1973 edition of "Personalities of the 
South." 

Dr. Hodges is a World Wv H vet- 
eran, having served four years in the 
Navy Air Corps. He is married to the 
former Miss Kathleen Baty of Jackson- 
ville, Florida. The Hodges' have two 
daughters, Mrs. Herman Mongin of 
Savannah, and Mrs. Homer Spooner of 
Colquitt, Georgia, one granddaughter, 
and two grandsons. 

Dr. and Mrs. Hodges have recently 
traveled in Europe and the Bible Lands 
on a month's study tour. 




"Mamm, mmmm, goodl" Walter Sowa, 11, of 900 Donatfcn 
Drive enjoyed a hearty helping of stew and pie during Old 
Dooalioii Church's annual Oyster Roast and Basaar held 
last- Saturday. More photos of the event on page B-1 of to- 
day's SUM. 



Markleys 
attend 
St. Luke's 
convocation 

The Rev. and Mrs. Tom Markley 
of 615 Redkirk Lane in Virginia 
Beach were among the many who par- 
ticipated in the University of the 
South's St. Luke's convocation Oct. 
19 and 20. 

Alumni of the School of Theology 
from throughout the southeast (ittend- , 
«d»to«^^|ggc«HoB. -^^^^^^^ 

Rev. Markley is with the Church ?» 
of the Good Samaritan in Virginia 
Beach. 



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Ronald Bashford, daughter; 
Rodney L. Atkinson, son; 
Louis L. Chappell, daughter; 
Earl F. Williams Sr., daughter; 
Alan L. Cohen, son; 
William R. Early, son; 
Jos^ N. Okeke, daughter; 
Joseph E. Bickers, daughter; 
Laurence A. Koteen, daughter; 
Oliver K. Joyner Jr., son; 
Earnest E. Gregory, daughter; 
Robert L. Burnett Jr., daughter; 
Marian P. Smith, son; 
Jack A. Valos, II, daughter; 
Patrick T. Coyle, daughter 
James E. Davis, son. 
Charles Sigbee Mills, daughter; 
Gary Michael Fry, daughter; 
Donald Woods Babcock, daughter; 
Frederick Allen Mitcham, daughter; 
Allen Gordon Richter, daughter; 
Peter Michael Day, daughter; 
Alfred Andrew Ege Jr., daughter; 
Daniel Edward Williford, daughter; 
1. Charles Albert Sevan Jr., son; 
Ronald Dwight Harris, daughter; 
Stephen Huron Collins, daughter; 
Gary Lewis Johnson, daughter; 
Gary Lewis Johnson, daughter; 
Gary Lewis Johnson, daughter; 
Bhaskar Gadahad Rao, daughter and 
Jerry Wayne Stewart, daughter. 



Divinity 
degree 
to minister 

The Rev. Robert J. Amory, 
pastor of the Welcome Bap- 
tist Church on Kempsville 
Road and the Indian Creek 
Bai^ist Church, will be hon- 
ored at a special convocation 
service Nov. 28 at the Indian 
Cre^ church. 

The Rev. Amory will be 
awarded a Doctor of Divinity 
degree from the Fundamental 
Bible School, Seminary Col- 
lege and Bible Institute, 
Knoxville, Tenn. 

Making the award will be 
Dr. Fred Garland, vice pres- 
ident of the Institute and na- 
tionally known evangelist who 
is currently holdii^ revival 
services at the Kempsville 
church. 

The Rev. Amory has been a 
pastor in the Tidewater area 
for 15 years, has directed the 
church's Youth for Christ 
program and is president of 
the Tidewater Bible Corres- 
pondence School. He is a civil 
service retiree from the 
Portsmouth Naval Yard. 



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Linkborn Park School 

1413 Laskin Rd. 

481-4471 

Leonard Cambett 
Pastor 



Sunday School 10:00 a.m. 

Sunday Evening Service 

7:00 p.m. 



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TIDEWATER 

CENTRAL 

CHURCH OF THE 

NAZERENE 

Rev. DavU Holstein, Pastor 

5514 Parliament 
Ph. 497-8703 

Sunday School Hr. - 9:45 
AM. 

Hour of Triumph 10:50 a.m. 

Junior, Youth, ft Adult 

FeUowsh^-6:00 P.M. 

Hour of Inspiration -7:00 

A.M. 

P.M. 

Wednesday Mid-week 

Up-lift 7:30 P.M. 



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GodShSd 



When the PUj 

new home was 

to ocean, it 

dance 

In our ea^ly 

watli^thi 

new life. 



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theyl were aware that their 
itry WM aettled from ocean 
a country of unuiual abun- 




Weather Makers 

5250 Challedon Dr. 499-7087 
WUliam L. Hendricks & Staff 

Kellam & Eaton, Inc. 



Princess Ann Station 427-3200 
Frank & David Kellam 

Bayside Motors 

4747 Shore Dr. 464-4563 
Charles C. Hale, Sr. & Staff 



Contractors Paving Co., Inc. 

3779 Bonney Rd. 340-1161 
Clinton Teets t Staff 

Mill-End Carpet Shop 

4740 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4854 
Taylor B. Carr it Employees 

Price's Incorporated 

4580 Pembroke Mall 622-3706 
Brand Name Appliances - TV-Stero 



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In Windsor Woods — 
Plaza — Green Run 



The Catholic Parish 
of the Holy Spirit 



Masses: 
7 pjm. Sat.; 9:30 & 1 1 a.m. Sun. 
Telephone 340-7122 




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'J Tabernacle Baptist 
Day Care Center 

New Facilities 
Modern and Trained Workere 

•5 days a week at $20 
•DaHy drop-in service 
•l-lours from 7 am to 6 pm 
•Ages 2 to 5 years old 

420-5476-Ext. 53 
7 1 7 Whltehurst Landing Rd. 

Located in Kempsville 
Jo Jackson Director Dr. Carl B. lebcr-Admlnstrator 



Furniture Showrooms 


Smith & Keene 


828 E. Little Creek Rd. 
2981 S. Military Hwy. 
Sandy Bolin & Employees 


5734 Sellegar Drive 497-1231 
E. Gilbert Keen b Associates 


HIgglns Realty, Inc. 


Warren-Slebert-Page Inc. 

Jack Siebert b Staff 


6620 Indian River Rd. 420-3120 
Cecil M. Harrison & Associates 

Kempsville Pharmacy 


Charlie's Seafood Restaurant 

3139 Shore Dr. 491-9863 
Mary E. Rehpelz b Employees 


5266 Princess Anne Rd. 497-3516 
Robert W. Clybum - Lynn Leavitt 

H & M Construction Co. 


Willis Furniture at Hilltop 

1712 Laskin Rd. 428-5951 
L.H. Bums b Staff 


815 Industrial Ave. 545-7391 
Monte P. Howell t Employees 

SImlele Funeral Home 


Rosewood Memorial Park 

631 Witch Duck Rd. 497-8925 
C. C. Kirkpatrick 


3795 Bonney Rd. between 
Independence b Rosemont 
VicSemiele 340-1717 


Larasan Realty Corp. 

2041 Va. Beach Blvd. 340-3030 
Lawrence A. Sancilio b Associates 


Compliments of Eariy 
Distributing Co. 

John M. Wright Realty, Inc. 


Haynes Furniture Company 

5324 Va. Beach Blvd. 
Fumiture-Bedding-Carpetlng 


1964 I,askin Rd. 

John M. Wright It Associate 


Kellam-Eaton Insurance Co. 

3111 Pacific Ave. 428-9161 


Stohl Realty Corp. 

4920 Va. Beach Blvd. 497-4851 
James R. SM & Associates 


Home Federal Savings A Loan Assoc. 

leSSUskinRd. 426-0327 
Church Accounts Welcome 


nis IKatnre is made pMsible tfeiraagh the cooperatioa of our ffllolsters. It is paid 
for by these area firms who believe oar ebnrches are a vital part of oar commtmity 
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Santa's arrival signals 
start of holiday season 




L»tters 



Distressed ^ 
by racist 
churches 

To the editor: 

I was pleased to read tbls week 
that President-Elect Carter's church 
has bowed to national public pressure 
and reversed Its prerlous decision 
against allowing blacks into its mem- 
bership. 

However, I find it distressing and 
disheartening to know that this con- 
dition was allowed to exist, and would 
have certainly continued to exist, had 
not the national media realized the 
situation while covering Mr. Carter. 
It is indeed sad that the same 
churches that profess to teach the 
words of a God who recognizes an 
equality of all men, should allow them- 
selves to set up barriers ot pureh 
human racism. 

Very truly yours, 
William A. Marshburn Jr. 
2606 Arctic Ave. 
Virginia Beach, Va. 23451 



On our 

Bicentehnial 

Thanlcsgivihg 

To the Editor: 

The United States has just cele- 
brated its 200th birthday, but our ob- 
servance of Thanksgiving Day is 353 
years old. It offers a good c^^rtunity 
for each of us to count our blessings 
of living in the freest and most pros- 
perous nation the world has ever 
known. 

I'm thankful to the pilgrim fathers- 
the same ones who gave us the First 
Thanksgiving at Plymouth Colony - that 
they had the good judgment to abandon 
their naive and nonsensical ideas of 
communal living under which Qie work- 
ers and the loafers shared equally in 
a common fund. Whoi they saw the 
error of their early socialist experi- 
ment, they changed to a system of 
private pnqMrty and individual ovA|er- 
shlp, allowing each man to keep Us 
ovd' earnings --:a «i«ti.m>v» which 
fManted'Umerica «|n the iwad to tbnvt- 
ant harvests and economic proaperity. 

I'm thankful that the signers of the 
Declaration of Indq)eadence had the 
faith to proclaim, in this fundamental 
American document, that we recognize 
the existence of our Creator as a 
self-evident truth. 

I'm thankful that the framers of the 
U.S. Constitution gave us, "the most 
wonderful work ever struckoftatagiv- 
en time by the brain and purpose of 



I'm thankful tint the founding fathers 
gave us a society in which the bmlly 
is the fundamental unit, a govemmoit 
based on the separation of powers be- 
tweoi the federal government and 
several states, and a judicial system 
with trial by jury for-the settling of 
disputes. 

I'm thaid[ittl that the drafters of the 
Bill of Rights, In their vigilance to 
protect individual freedom, gave us 
the Second Amendment. Right after 
freedom of religion, speech and press. 

Continued on page 5 




General Maaager 
KENNETH F. CURLEY 

News Editor 
STEVEN R. STONE 

Bnsiaess Ittunger 
TONY ELLER 

Circulatim Manager 
AM BROWN 



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Action on rates delayed 



By LEE CAHILL 
SUH Public AHalr Writer 

Virginia Beach City Council is con- 
sidering two ordinances which will in- 
crease the water and sewer rates and 
make It mandatory for property owners 
to hook up to water and sewer lines 
within one year after service is avail- 
able. In cases where the lines are 
already Installed, the property owners 
must hook-up one year after the or- 
dinances are in effect. 

Action Monday afternoon was delayed 
Until -Dec. 6 to give citizens a chance 
to express their opinions before Coun- 
cil. In the two-week interim, the city 
will make an effort to explain the or- 
dinances through use of various media. 

Several residents complained about 
the proposed increased Monday and 
asked Council to defer the matter for 
90 days. 

Mrs. Reba McClanan, who accused 
Council of going on "a building binge," 
instead of giving water and sewer first 
priority suggested that the program be 
placed on a bond referendum. 

Under the plan presented by CUy 
Manager George L. Hanbury, develop- 
ment of the utility systems will be 
financed by sale over five years of 
approximately $50 million in revenue 
bonds. 

The revenue bonds will be paid for 
by people who receive the utility ser- 
vices. That Is, fees charged users of 
water and sewer services. 

Hanbury said rates have to be in- 
creased to guarantee investors repay- 
ment of their loans. 

Higher rates will also result in lower 
interest rates on bonds. 

The present water rate is 82 cents 
per 1,000 gallons with volume dis- 
counts. The proposed rate is %l per 
1,000 gallons or 75 cents per 100 cubic 
feet for all users with no volume dis- 
count. 

Hanbury pointed out that Vir- 
ginia Beach purchases its water from 
Norfolk for 48 1/2 cents per 1,000. 
gallons of water which includes amor- 
tization of $25 million borrowed to 
finance a treatment plant expansion to 
assure the Beach of a water supply. 
Hanbury said it costs Norfolk 25 cents 
to produce 1,000 gallons of water. 
Virginia Beach has to add to Norfolk's 
charge for administrative charges and 
for expansion of the distribution sys- 
tem. The present rate was adopted with 
the purchase of the distribution system 
oMM by the City of Norfolk in July 
1973. 

Sewer charges will be increased from 
-|il'ja>' Viapltr 40 'fS' a- monHi^'0p/iim 
,,gll««MiUal basis, from |24 to |60. 
Hanbury said he could find no records 
of any sewer rate increase in city his- 
tory. 

Under the proposals, bills would be 
mailed bi-monthly, instead of quarterly 
and water and sewer bills may be mail- 
ed to residents at the same time. 

Councllwoman Meyera Obemdorf at 
an informal session of Council, asked 
.Hanbury about the possibilities of hav- 
ing a bond referendum. 

Hanbury said that the only alter- 
natives the city would have if Council 
•decided against revenue bond financing 
■are: 

• --Having a bond referendum which 
would allow the city to sell general 
'.obligation bonds, that is, bonds which 



are backed by total worth of the city. 
--Have the General Assembly 
approve a city charter change which 
would permit Virginia Beach to raise 
its bond limit. This would make it 
possible to Issue general obligation 
bonds which carry a lower interest 
rate (at present 5 1/2 compared to 6 
per cent for revenue bonds). 

Hanbury, repeating what he had said 
on previous occasions, complained that 
Virginia Beach has the most restric- 
tive bond limit of any municipality in 
Virginia. While other municipalities 
incur indebtedness up to 18 per cent 
of the assessed valuation of the city, 
Virginia Beach is restricted to 10 per 
cent and at present "is not even near 
that 10 per cent." 

The city could live with this pro- 
vision, he said, but what is restric- 
tive is another provision which re- 
stricts the city from selling over 
$10 million in bonds in any single 
year. 

With a loosening of restrictions 
the city could sell general obliga - 
tion bonds at a cheaper rate than 
revenue bonds ahd still require them 
to be support from revenues. But 
since they could be purchased with 
less cover or security than reve - 
nue bonds, cost would be less and 
water and sewer rates would not have 
to be tied in so directly with the 
bond sale. 

Mandatory hook-ups are in the 
ordinance package because, Han - 
bury said, "since we will be selling 
revenue bonds, it will be absolute- 
ly essential that when water and sew- 
er lines have been installed, all peo- 
ple hook up to when they are avail- 
able. 

At present only property owners 
with signed agreements are requir- 
ed to hook up in 60 days after u^ 
tility installation. Property owners 
otherwise have three years to hook 
tq> to sewers but there is present- 
ly no requirement to hook iq> to wa- 
ter. 

An anticipated additional rate in- 
crease In 1979 may not be needed 
if the city, in the meantime, is suc- 
cessful in amending its charter to 
get greater general obligation bond 
flexibUity. 

Sewer connection and installation 
fees will range from $110 for a four 
inch tap and the property owners' 
share of system installation will be 
$780 for the first 100-foot frontage 
and $10 for each additional foot, with 
various charges for different com- 
binations of units such as apai^ments, 
motels' motor courts and Instnatlons. 

Tap fees for water will range from 
$220 for a 3/4 inch tap and the pro- 
perty owners' share of system in- 
sUllatlon will be $500 for the first 
100-foot frontage of parcel or por- 
tion. A fee scale is provided for 
different categories. 

Persons over 65 and disadvantag- 
ed citizens will be granted line fee 
exemptions for both water and sew- 
er. "■'' " 

The average annual charge for 
water and sewage fees in several 
localities, with the water charge lis- 
ted first, are: 

Chesapeake, $76 and $54; Chester- 
field County, $44 and $77; Fairfax, $64 
and $52; Henrico County, $51 ami 



$120; Portsmouth, $52 and $66; Rich- 
mond, $58 and $67; Rofinoke, $70 and 
$40; Suffolk, $52 and $70, and Vir- 
ginia Beach, $59 and $24. 

Virginia Beach has 4,000 outstand- 
ing contracts based on old sewer line 
fees and connection charges which 
cannot be increased. No increases 
in the line fee charges were rec- 
ommended, Hanbury said, to keep 
charges as equitable as possible. At 
present, even next door neighbors may 
pay different charges because one hap- 
pens to have an old contract. 

When Vice Mayor Patrick L. Stan- 
ding remarked that some people have 
not hooked up to services although 
lines are in the ground, Hanbury said 
that three city crews do nothing but 
check to see If everyone Is hooked 
up. Standing also said that the use 
of city water may result in conser- 
vation. With regular bills coming in, 
people will not be so quick to use 
the water for watering lawns. 

Hanbury said the Environmental 
Protection Agency has recommended 
that localities charge the same rate 
for all users and offer no special 
rates for Industries. 

Standing remarked that the cUy 
has prided Itself In low taxes, but 
when all the fees are added up, "Vir- 
ginia Beach is no bargain. We're not 
living in any Utopia." , 

Councilman George R. Ferrell said 
he liked the idea of the user of a 
service paying for It. 

Aubrey Watts, utiUties director, 
said that families, on the average, 
use 9600 cubic feet of water a year 
which, under the new rates, would 
mean an annual bill of $72. 

R. L. Buddy Riggs said the charges 
and fees will be a hardship on peo- 
ple with fixed incomes. This thought 
was reiterated later by Mrs. Mary 
Buerk, representing the Ocean Park 
Civic League, who said that 80 per 
cent of the residents there are retir- 
ed or on fixed incomes and that it 
would be a hardship to pay the wa- 
ter bills along with Hampton Roads 
Sanitation District charges of $15.50 
a quarter for treatment, Vepco, C 4 P 
Telephone Company bills, real estate 
taxes and heating oil, all of which 
will probably be Increased. 

Timothy H. Marvin, president of 
the Laurel Cove Civic League, re- 
quested a 90-day deferral of action 
of the ordinances, saying that the 
rate increase proposals came "as a 
surprise," and there "appeared to be 
no justification for the large increase 
at this tiine." 

Mrs. Reba McClanan charged Coqd- 
cU with supporting "bureaucratic 
sprawl" in going ahead with build- 
ing programs such as the Kemps - 
ville Community Center, the new ad- 
ministration building the school admin- 
istration building. She suggested the 
water and sewer projects be placed 
on a referendum. 

Sam Houston, spoke on behalf of 
the elderly people who are on fixed 
incomes.. 




Face/ 

By Rod Mann 




Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 24, 1976 - A-5 

Beta Sigma 
plans meeting 



Tidewater Council of Beta 
Sigma Phi is sponsoring a 
hospitality night for pros- 
pective members, transfer- 
ees and members at large 
at 7;30 p.m. Nov. 30 in the 

Thalia Elementary School 
auditorium at 421 Thalia Rd 

Entertainment will be a skit 
entitled "Follow the Rainbow 



Road," with Mrs. Shirley 
Wilkenson, Mrs. Peggy Har- 
rell, Mrs. Dlann Decker, 
Mrs. Cecil Turner, Mrs. 
June Rabe and Ms. Darlene 
Afterwards, a special rit- 
ual will be given. Refresh- 
ments will follow. Those 
interested in attending may 
contact Peggy Harrell, event 
chairman, at 340-2835. 



Lee Cohen 



Lee Cohen is a principal owner In Sir 
Galahad, the largest homebuilder in Vir- 
ginia. His pet interest is solar energy 
which he offers as an (4>tion in the homes 
that he builds. He recently expanded So- 
lar One, his local solar products store. 



Wives planning 
Ciiristmas party 

Reservations for the annual Retired Officers Wives 
Socl^y Christmas Dinner are due by Nov. 30. 

The dinner and dance will be held Dec. 10 at the Cham- 
berlin Hotel in Hampton and will begin at 6:30 p.m. with 
a social hour followed by dinner at 8 p.m. 
There will be dancing from 9 p.m. to midnight. 
Reservations may l)e made with Mrs » Hjj o^ Ca^er. 
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Safety improvements slated 



The Virginia Department 
of Highways and Transporta- 
tion will receive bids on Dec. 
15 for a safety improvements 
project on Interstates 64 and 
264. 

The work will Include er- 



ection of guardrails and al- 
terations to sign standards 
and drainage structures on 
1-64 between Tidewater 
Drive and Bowers Hill and 
on 1-64 between Bowers Hill 
and Victory Boulevard. 



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Letter 



Continued from page 4 



they spelled out the safeguard that, "the 
right of the people to keep and bear 
arms shall not be infringed." 

I'm thankful that each American 
woman has the freedom of choice to 
select her education, her job, and the 
life role she wants, in or out of the 
home. I'm thankful to the private en- 
terprise system which has produced 
so many labor-saving appliances and 
made the home the most pleasant 
working environment. I'm thankful 
to the men of our country who have 
defended American freedom and in- 
dependence in battle, but who have al- 
ways exempted our women from com- 
bat duty In our nation's nine wars. 

If we want to bang on to the pre- 
cious vitality that built our great na- 



tion, we must teach our young people, 
that the password of freedom is Pa- 
trick Henry's eloquent statemrat,"Give 
me liberty or give me death" --not the 
pleas of the handout hunter, "gimme, 
gimme, gimme," And if we want our 
independence to endure, we must teach 
our young people to reject the lure 
of the Soviet aH>easers who cry, 
"Rather Red than dead" -- and instead 
kindle the patriotic fervor of Nathan 
Hale, the young teacher who said, 
"I only regret that I have but one life 
to give for my country." 

I'm thankful fOr lieing a free Ameri- 
can 

Mary S. Barrace 
Virginia Beach 



CITY^Qf VIRGINIA BEACH 
THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY 
Refuse Collection Schedule 




There will be NO regular 

garbage collection on 

Thursday, November 25,1976 

by the City of Virginia Beach. 



Tax year change 



Continued from page 1 



60 per cent of the asses- 
sed value of the property. 

State law requires that the 
true value of 100 per cent 
of the evaluation be used 
starting Jan. 1. New as- 
sessment notices with the 100 
per cent values were mailed 
to taxpayers last month. 

The change in the tax year 
should give the city, more 
time to have public h^fings 
and to mail out tax notices 
after the bwlget is approved. 
Hanbury said that because 
battel ado|4ion "can be long 
and difficult, the situation 
cann occur as it did in 1975 
that the City Treasurer 
mails the tax bills prior to 
Council's adoption of the tax 
rate." Tax bills should be 
sent out at least one month 
in advance of the due date, 
Hanbury said. 

Altho^ the city wiU lose 
some money through the 
change in the l)eginning, con- 



fusion will be eliminated. 
Hanbury added that the per- 
sonal property tax will re- 
main on the calendar year 
basis. 



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AND JEWELRY kxAing 
like new by including a 
stick of ordinary' chalk in 
the storage box or contain- 
er. Shop the Classified Adt 
for the best txjys in town. 



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Saturdays and Sundays 

1/2 Hour and 1 hour Classes 3-6 p.m. 



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This book Is biMd upon the scieaee of survival by L. Ron HiMtrd, 
(foimder of sci^lology) and applied religious pUlasophy. Consider 
the answer. Your copy of Choose Your People will b« mailed to you 
within 24 hours vl receipt of coupon below. 



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Sobering 
Thoughf: 

Day in and day out you 
find you need that extra drinlc. To 
help you through that meeting. To 
help you face the family. And 
everyday that extra drink becomes 
another extra drinl<. And it hurts. 
Write or call in confidence 
for facts on a 28-day program for 
the treatment of alcoholism. In a 
comfortable, caring atmosphere. 
Specialists can help you face the 
day without ttKit extra drinl<. Isnt 
that a sobering thought? 



ALCOHOUSM RWAMUTATION 
CSniROFIIDEWATER 

1701 Will-O-Wisp Drive. VifQlnia Beach. Va. 23454. 
Con 481-1216 

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Accreditation of HaspKcils. 
Approved for Blue Ctoss. Ctximixis. Medicare 
and oAier heallti coverage. 



TPI offers these Alcohol hotlines os oputrfic service: 
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I whara you can buy 
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our nawsstand locations halpful.. 



Virginia Baach Sun 
Ocaan Front Araa 

7-11 - Birdneck Rd. 
Peoples - Laskin Rd. 
Medco - Laskin Rd. 
7-11 - 32Dd St. 

Fireside Bookstore - Pacific Ave. 
Mariner Motel - S6tli St. and AUantic 
Cavalier Motel - Ocean Front 
Holiday Iiui-S4th and Attantic 
Howard Johnson's - Ocean Front 
Sheraton - Ocean Front 
Ingram's Pharmacy - 24th St. 
HoUday Inn - 25th St. and AU^tic 
Post Office - 25th St. and Attantic. 
News Centre - Ocean Front 
Barr's Pharmacy - Attantic Ave. 
Hilton Inn - Attanttc Ave. 
Ramada Inn - Attanttc Ave. 

Princass Anna Courthousa 

KeUam and Eaton 

Kampsvilla Area 

KempsvlUe Pharmacy 
Farm Fresh - KempsvUle 

Norfolk-Va. Baach LIna 

Norfolk Airport 

Lake Wright Motel - Nortiismptoa Blvd. 

7-11 - Baker Rd. 

Holiday Ino - Nortliampton Blvd. 

Baysida Araa 

Navy Lodge - Llttte Creek Base 

Navy Restaurant - Littte Creek Base 

Baysidc Pharmacy 

Peoples - Haygood Shop Center 

Rivco - Pembroke Meadows Shop Center 

Pe<4>lcs - Pembroke Mall 

Plaza Araa 

7-11 . Bonney Rd. 

7-n - Lynn Shores Rd. (Thalia) 

7-11 - Kings Grant 

7-11 • Lynnhaven Rd. 

Brio's - SouOi Plaza TraU 

7-U - SouUi Plaza TraU (near library) 

7-11 - Holland Rd. 

Jr. Market - Lynnhaven Rd. (Mini Mall) 

Pe<9les - Plaza Sii^ Center 

London Bridge Area 

Marden's Drug ^ London Bri(%e Area 

7-11 • Great Neck RdJJivar Loodon Bri(%e) 

7-U - Great NeckK^lmd 1st Colonial 

Hilltop Araa 

Viiliaia Beach HospiUl 

7-11 - Ist Colonial Rd. (Hilltop) 

Pe(H>les - HUltop Sh<HP Center 

Hilltop Pharmacy 

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A-6 - Virginia Beach Sun, Nov. 24. 1976 

Cox and P.A. are victors 



Beach bands close year on high note at tcu 

... ...<> tnnc hoM. oi «ka Ro<ii>h fnr itrfil band Duts 00 a Christmas 



By BUD LOWE 
SUN Bands Writpr 

Well, it's the end of another sea- 
son of marching competition, and two 
of our local high schools finished out 
the year in great style. 

Cox High School and Princess Anne 
High School were the victors from the 
Beach at the East Carolina Univer- 
sity (ECU) Band Day festivities this 
past week-end. 

Cox High School went to work on 



everything and everyone in their divi- 
sion. (Class A) and came home with 
no fewer than four trophies: first place 
overall, first place percussion, second 
place drum major, and second place 
color guard. All awards and trophies 
were for Class A competition only. 
From all reports, they were excep- 
tionally good this year at ECU. Cox 
High can be justly proud of their re- 
cord on the field of competition in 
1976, and more so for their per- 
Ibrmance at ECU. A "weU done" is 



extended to BiUy Cooper, Gary Hudson, 
and the Cooper Troopers on an out- 
standing performance at ECU. 

Princess Anne High School also came 
home with four trophies: second place 
sweepstakes (over all classes of com- 
petition), second place overall in their 
division, second place color guard, 
and second place majorettes. All a- 
wards, except for the sweepstakes 
award, were tor Class AA. 

This has been an outstanding year 
tor tiM IftrcUnc Cavalers trom P. A., 




and their victory at ECU makes for 
i han>y ending of the marching year 
tor them. Ron Collins, Sam Reynolds, 
and the Cavaliers can be proud of their 
performance throughout the year; they 
have led the senior division in al- 
most every competition they have en- 
tered, not falling to ptace within the 
R)p three positions any time. That 
Is a record any high school would 
envy. And remember: they come from 
the Beach. 

■ Bayside came home with a flrst- 
Idace trophy to add to that collection. 
f hey received a first place for major- 
«ttes. Bayside has done a tremen- 
dous job with their band this year. 
L Like their counterparts at other 
JMbools Joe Llgard andDarleneCreek- 
iaore. almg with the Marching Mar- 
lins, can be proud of their showing 
on the field of competition this y6ar. 
Bayside U In CUss AA and competes 
against bands and drill teams much 
larger and stronger, but their presence 
ts always known. They come on strong 
anytime there is an award for ^rOi 
Jieua. Their Marching Marllnettes 



are tops here at Uie Beach for drill 
teams. 

All bands present at ECU Band Day 
received performance ratings while on 
the field and our Beach bands came 
out like this: Princess Anne, superior; 
Cox, superior; Bayside, excellent; 
Kellam, excellent. Now that isn't bad! 

The next field competitton to look 
forward to is the A|q>le Blossom Fes- 
tival in Winchester, In the spring. It 
will be a run for the Queen's Cup, 
and Princess Anne has been the one 
to capture this treasured award two 
years running. 

Now that the marching competitions 
are over for several months, tbebands 
win turn to concert- style music. Next 
In line, for many, the Christmas Con- 
certs. This means a big change In 
style for the musicians. The loud, 
hard blowing and drumming on the 
field of competition will have to give 
way to the softer tones of Christmas 
Carols and concert music. 

If you have not attended any of the 
local high school concerts, this Is the 
time to do It. Every year each school 



band puts on a Christmas Concert 
for the public, and they are enjoy- 
able to sty the least. Next week we 
win try and Ust the time and dates 
of each concert, for each school. 

Pick a school of your choice and 
come on out. You wlU be glad you 
did! 

The SUN has a subscription drive 
going with aU the high sdKXd band 
parents associations at the Beach, it's 
designed to help bands raise much- 
needed funds. Do your part and get 
a snbBcriptlon tnm the band or drill 
team of your choice. 

The assodatlon which writes the sub- 
scrii*lon will receive half the sub- 
scription price tor their unit. When 
you see them on the field and bear 
of the places they go, remember, this 
Is possible only Secause of the funds 
they raise themselves. 

So help the high school band or 
drill team parent association and get 
your subscriptions now. There Is a 
time limit on how long this offer will 
last. For further Information contact 
Bud Lowe at 486-3430. 






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project announced 



The Tidewater Transpor- 
tation District Commission 
has received authorization 
from the Urban Mass Trans- 
It Administration of the De- 
partment of Transportation 
tor TTDC's proposed van- 
pool program. The proied. 
which wUl be funded by 
UMTj will be opflratoil hv 
TTDC In cooperation witn 
th« U. S. Navv. 

Under the van-pool 
arrangement, TTDC will 
purchase and lease out 50 
vans to individual drivers. 
Each driver will pay an a- 
|v greed - upon monthly leas- 
ing charge to TTDC. The 
rate of leasing will bework- 



Laura Hockey of P.A. salutes the crowd 



Dec. 7-8 



ODU plans 

Elizabethan 

holiday 

A Christmas banquet complete with 
16th century costumes, customs, and 
songs will be held Dec. 7 and 8 (Tues- 
day and Wednesday) at Old Dominion 
University. 

Sponsored jointly by the ODU music 
department and the office of student 
affairs, each banquet will be from 6 p.m. 
to 8 p.m. in room 106 and 107 at Webb 
Center. This is the second annual 
Christmas banquet where madrigal 
singers have been the main entertain- 
ment feature. 

Under the direction of Eliot 
Breneiser, professor of music, the 
singers will perform 16th century 
Christmas songs using such ancient 
instruments as recorders, tbekrumm- 
hom and ranchkett. The singers, dress- 
ed in Elizabethan costume, will bring 
in a boar's head and the wassail bowl 
in a setting disigned by ODU's drama 
students. 

The event is part of ODU's "In- 
terplay: Focus on the Arts," a year- 
long program of special cultural events 
by several university departments. 

For $6.75 students, faculty, staff, 
and community members can enjoy 
prime rib of beef, a wassail cup to 
drink to their health, potatoes, salad 
and plum padding. Banquet tickets for 
each evening will go on sale at the front 
desk of Webb Center, Nov. 22 (Mon- 

"Interplay: Focus on the Arts" was 
conceived as a vehicle for exhibiting 
the contributions of ODU artists and 
performing groups. Numerous art 
shows and performances of music, 
dance and theater are continuing 
thrtnighont the year to emphasize the 
university's role in enriching the cul- 
tural life of TWewater and Virginia. 




Donna Harris 



Donaa Is a denUl assistant, but her life is not spent by the daa- 
tlsts'i chair. Sie Is an outdoors girl who enjoys everytUog 
from canpli^ to bMChl^ and she •specially enjofs bors^MCk 
rUiag at any ttme of the year. 



ed out by TTDC and the in- 
dividual driver on the basis 
of distance to be traveled. 
TTDC wUl providft the dri- 
ver/lessee with a schedule 
of rates that he or she should 
use for riders. 

The driver will be able 
to recover the cost of leas- 
ing the van from his first 
eight daUy riders. He will 
be allowed to keep whatever 
is paid by the remaining pas- 
sengers. Each van will be 
able to carry up to 12 ri- 
ders. 

The van-pool program 
will be a joint effort of TTDC 
and the Commandant, Fifth 



Naval District, will promul- 
gate policy and coordinate 
requests for participation. 

Each individual command 
which has personnel partlc- 
ipiiting will administer the 
program for its personnel. 

It is hoped that this pi- 
lot program will demon- 



strate how a large employ- 
er In a region can use vans 
tor meeting transportation 
needs not provided by con- 
ventional public tnnsporta- 
Uon facilities. The U. S. 
Navy is the largest single 
employer In South Hampton 
Roads. 



HRPGA to meet 
at Virginia Beacii 



A meeting of the Hampton 
Roads Personnel and Guld- 
»it-» iiiHn^i^ %ffi b«h«Mi 
at the Lake Wright Qaallty 
Inn in Virginia Beach Dec. 2. 
The association includes 
membership from business 
and industry as well as from 
the schools and colleges of 
the south Tidewater area. 

Featured at the meeting will 
be consultant Mrs. Thelma 
Lennon, director of Pupil 
Personnel Service for the 



state of North Carolina. She 
will speake on 'Ethics In 
CoattuOlai." Failo«rtM.,M, 
meetifi Mrs. Lenifon VUI 
conduct a special workshop 
dealing with ethics in coun- 
seling practice. 

The public is welcome to 
attend the luncheon and work- 
shop. Members and other 
Intereested persons should 
make reservations through 
Mrs. Anne Meyers, 420-3226 
after 5 p.m. 



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Award winning menus 
on dispiay at TCC 



From now through Dec. 
2, the Nati(mal Restaurant 
Association's 13th Annual 



Spili area 
selected 



Virginia Beach City Coun- 
cil last week afiemoon auth- 
orized City Maiager George 
L. Haidiury to enter an 
.agreement with F. Wayne 
' McLeskey's to use 23 acres 
McLe^'s land at Lynn- 
haven Inlet for a spoil area 
during the 1976-77 lor the 
United States Corps of En- 
gineers dredging project in 
the Lynnhaven. 



Openhouse 
amounced 

The Armed Services 
YMCA will have open house 
all day Thanksgiving. 

There will be a special 
D. J. dance with Lee Riddick 
conductii^ dance contests 
from 7-10 p.m. Homemade 
pies and coffee will be ser- 
ved. 

Meeting 
canceled 

The Southeastern P)d>lic 
Service Authority (SPSA) 
meMing scheduled for Nov. 
24, has bem cancelled. 

The not SPSA meeting 
is scheduled tor Dec. 22, 
at 3 p. m. in the SPSA 
Conference Room, 16 Koger 
Executive Ceirter, Norfolk. 



Menu Idea Exchange can be 
seen at the Virginia Beach 
Campus of Tidewater Com- 
munity College. 

These award winning men- 
us come from all over the 
world and have been judged 
and selected by the world's 
leading restauranteurs. The 
hotel restaurant institutional 
management program stu- 
dents and faculty from the 
college are qxmsorlng this 
evmt and the iniUic is cord- 
ially invited to visit the col- 
lege and see the display. 
This Is a unique opportunity 
tor gourmets, amateur and 
professional chefs and all 
those Interested In food 
preparation and service to 
see first hand what goes in- 
to the prodncUon of over 100 
award winning menus. For 
further information call the 
office of continuing education 
at 427-3070. 




KELLAM ft BEACH MALL 
ICESKATMGRMK8 

Admistlon Bonanza! 

November U ICE SKATING MONTH and we're eslebnttng 
By offering a FREE INTRODUCTORY skate lesslon. 
Come CD in and have Bie time of your Uto In aa atmos- 
phere that only syathetle lee can offer. No water - no 
rwtrlgenttoa - Jus plain eomtort. 
Our hats are oft tUs moDdi to the TIDEWATER FIGURE 
SKATING CLUB whose laambnv will serve as hosts 
at oar riaks each Wadnasday night tor the next ttu'M 
weeks to welcome yoa to the world of ice sfcattag aid 
Hwir club. Have some fua-Joln the skating club. 

SUt» now at the KeUam Road lee SkMOof Rink or the 
Beadi Mall Ice Skating Studto. Call 428-3741 or 4M- 
4004 tor more information. 

(^B Daily Admission only 50( Skate Rental only ¥it 



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Virginia Beach Sun, No. 24, 1976 - A-7 



At Oceana 



Thoroughgood Garden Club 
to present holiday tour soon 



Bonnie Tracy selected 



The Tboro^iigood Gardffl Clid> 
viU present a special holiday treat 
Saturday toA Sunday, Dec. 4 and 5 
when they conduct their Eight Annual 
Holiday House Tour. 

This year the site is 4158 Hermi- 
tage Rd. in Vlr^nia^Beach. Hours 
will be from noon to 5 p.m. on Sat- 
arday and 12:30 - 5 p.m. on Sunday. 

The first unique sight m ttiis year's 
tour of the holfalay bouse is the 
ancient oak tree In the front yard of 
Capt. and Mrs. Alexander L. Redon's 
home in Thoroughgood on the Lynn- 
haven River. 



Members of the club are excited 
over decoratiiv this gracious home 
for the Christmas holidays and hcqie 
that visitors will be aUe to adapt 
many ideas for their home. 

There are many sights to charm 
and eiptivate you, IncliidinK twin can- 
nonbaU beds of maple, the cherry but- 
ler's desk, the revolving three-tiered 
dumb waiter, and many other selec- 
tions from the Colonial through the 
Victorian perbids. 

Mrs. Redon is partial to antique 
colored glass and you will enjoy see- 
ing her patch boxes, smdf boxes, aad 
barber bottles. On display will be . 



a tesciaatluf doll house, dscorated with 
wooden Aimttare, that Mrs. Radon has 
had since she was a child , 

Tte baxaar boutiqiiie w^M^r nsDy 
hawtaade ftems to he^ «p ytrar 
Aonrflf and decorating fo^ttMChrist- 
mas season. 

A festive sweet shop will contain 
a variety of delicious homooade "good- 
ies" to tempt family and fOMts. 

E^efits from the holiday bouse will 
be ised tor civic beautiflcatlon. 

Tieltets are |1 and may be purchas- 
ed in advance from Mrs. M. F. Mc- 
Atoe, 464-192S or they may be pur- 
chased at the door. 



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By NADIA STORY 

When personnel come into 
the education services office 
in the administration build- 
ii« at Naval Air Station 
Oceana, they are greeted 
with a smile and "May I help 
you?" from yeoman third 
class (YN3) Bonnie K. Tracy. 
Always cheerful Bonnie was 
selected Naval Air Station 
Oceana's Sailor of the Month 
for November. 

YN3 Tracy's overall per- 
formance in the educational 
services office has been out- 
standing. Sbe was cited for 
her energy, attention to de- 
tail, Mnfi^tHn g enthusiasm 



and her ability <rf self-ex- 
pression. 

Sbe will be advanced to 
yeoman second class Jan. 
16, 1971. 

Petty Officer Tracy, a 
native of Minnesota wanted 
to "see the world." She was 
encouraged to Join the Navy 
by two of her older brothers 
already Navymen. 

Mrs. Tracy and her hus- 
band Kevin, an aviation 
boatswain's mate 3.C. also 
staloned at NAS Oceana, like 
riding bicycles, playing pin- 
baU, and watching all football 
events. Bonnie calls herself 



and her husband "football 
freaks." Bonnie likes alithe 
seasons, but notes that fall 
is her favorite with all of 
its colorful splendor. 

Mrs. Tracy plans to take 
secretarial science courses 
in January during the even- 
ing. She hopes to continue 
her college studies and 
someday earn a business de- 
gree. 

As Sailor of the Month, 
YN3 Bonnie K. Tracy re- 
ceived a framed letter of 
commendation, a free steak 
dinner for two at her club 
and a 72-hour liberty. 



Navy wives install 1977 officers 



The Princess Anne Chapter 
143 of tte Navy Wives Clubs 
of Amertea held iU insUUa- 
tion o^'Oft{cers Nov. 18 in 
the Pink Eleidiant Room at 
NAS Oceana. 

Honored guests for the eve- 
ning inelnded Capt.M.G.Mc- 
Canna, eommanding officer 
of Oceana and club sponsors 
with Us wife, E. Lou Mc- 
Canna; Capt. R. Fenton 



Wicker, chaplain and club 
co-sponsor with his wife 
Louise; Mary Kay Comar, 
NWCA Southeast RegKmal 
president; Deanna Pebbles, 
editor, "Navy Wives News"; 
Ellen Davis, president of 
NWCA Tidewater 190; Mary 
Moon, president, NWCA 241; 
and Donna Henry, Tidewater 
Area Council vice president 
and presideirt of NWCA Dam 
Neck 207. 



Chaplain Wicker Installed 
the new club officers in a 
eaodlellkM ceremony. They 
are Julie Davis, president; 
Sally Roundtree, vice presi- 
dent; Jane Soims, recording 

secretary; LaCena Mayaard, 
Boyer, treesurer,' Julie 
Sharp, chaplain; and Nancy 
Perry, parUi^iiientarlaB. 

Following the installationof 



Mary Kay Comar 
the club co-spon- 



oftlcers, 
InstaUed 
son. 

Capt. McCuma spoke of 
his pride in sponsoring the 
club and bow impressed he 
Is with tte accompUahments 
of NWCA 143. 

Pins earned by members 
were presented by Martha 
Rohr. JnUe Davis presented 



the paurds of office to the 
outgi^ officers and gave 
qwdal recognition to out- 
going oflicers and chairmen. 
Julie Davis and Mrs. Mc- 
Canna anfwunced that ways 
and means chairperson Sandy 
Rosel had been voted star 
member by tte club and pre- 
sented her with an engraved 
plaque. 




Bonnie Tracy 



WWickes 

• Rjmiture 

WickM 
PromlM 

U within SO days ymi're 
not Mtisfied with any pur- 
chase, for any reason 
Wickes Fnmiture promises 
to refkud or replace it. 
FREE 

Virginia Beach: VirglaU Beach Blvd., and Kellam Rd. 
(i/2 mile West of PcmbnAe Mall), Phone: 804-499- 
9611 Open Monday tkra Friday 11-9:30, Saturday 10- 
9:30 . 







Flower power displayed 
at Riverton Garden Club 



At the Nov. ( 
of the Riverton Garden Club, 
Maryellen Hlgglnbotham 
presented slides on table 
settintts for flower shows. 

Mrs. Hlbbinbotham ex- 
plaii^ that the two types 
of table settings are "func- 
tional" and "edilbltion." A 
fum^il|k*<tttoK is one pre- 
pared for food service. It 

itens for ^^«I«V^^- 
wanA Afl^bttipn Mtting 
is strictly for show and can 
be arranged in any manner. 
The decorttive unit, com- 
monly called tte "center- 
piedi," need not be in the 
center al all. It might be 
placed at tte end of the table, 
tor instance. It can be set 



any place that does not hin- 
der eating or conversing, 
according to Mrs. Hlggln- 
botham. 

The repetitive useof cUns 
makes tt pattern the predo- 
minant ttefflCi according to 
Mrs. Hlgglnbotham. Can- 
delabra, wten used, are ac- 
cessories. For an Informal 
table setting, the taldecloth 
, should have a 1^-25 inch 
I overhaiq; slrndd be 18 
'Inches. 

Another Riverton mem - 
ber, Kay Cosgrove, demon- 
strated how to place fern 
in making flower arrange- 
ments. A cardinal rale is 
never to place fern in a 
perpendicukr position ex- 
plained Mrs. Cosgrove wte 



also pointed out ttet ferns 
alone can make an attrac- 
tive greenery arrangement. 
The club recesUy teld a 
bake sale at CoUege Park 
Shon>ing Center to raise 
money for HANDS and 
therapy projects. In Oeto- 
ter the therapy a>mmittee 
assisted tte Retarded Girl 
Scouts in pottii^ bottse- 
plants.... ^, ,. ,...,, 
• The jn^ettii :wi& Jidd «r 
the home of BeiiileeCoogan, 
with Mary Ann McQrath as 
co-hostess. 



women 



hold meeting 



The oasitieT meeting of 
the Viriginla Beach Jonior 
Woman's Club was teM re- 
cently. 

Congressman William 
Whitehurst was the featured 
speaker. Club memters en- 
joyed viewing a film which 
be ted made in China and 
hearing bis views about life 
in China today. 

The pidklic affairs depart- 
ment tes undertaken a drive 
to aid in an attempt to re- 
(hice crime by their parti- 
eipdlOB in "toleration Iden- 
tificatloa." The Virginia 
BcM^ Police Dqiartment has 
loaned the dd) six Uteling 
maehiBM, and it is the de- 



putment's goal to teve five 
hundred families label and 
idoitify Uieir personal {nv- 
perty. 

At the requert of the Prin- 
cess Anne County Historical 
Society, ten girls from tte 
Virgil Beach Junior Wo- 
num's Club acted as testess- 
es and tour guides for the 
Frabcess Land House (Rose 
Hall) Oct. 6. The bouse is 
owned by the City of Vir- 
ginia Beach and there are 
plans for eventual' restora- 
tion. Swan Tavern Antiques 
* and Princess Anne Antiques 
furnished the bouse in eigh- 
teenth century antiques for 
tte tour. 



"TideuiaUrs Only 

m.lXW Watt 
AM liadio Statiitn 




THE COUNTRY S 
BEST MUSIC 



Plaza league to meet 



fbe Princess Anne Plaza 
Civic League will told its 
regular monthly meeting 
Dec. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in Plaxa 
Junior nih, Kiva 1. 

Tte pragram wUl be on 
"What C^trden Clubs do for 
onr Commmlty , ' ' and speak- 
er irtU ^ Mre. Margare* 
Colon, 'like meeting shmild 
te of iqtkmt to aU. 

Also, a garage sale wlU 
te teU Dec. 11, &tarday, 
10 a.ffl.-5 p.m. and Dee. 12, 
Snndayi 1 p.m.-S p.m. 



tloliday 



pitotied 

OiiNnday. Dec. 12, at 
3 p.m..' utd Monday. Dec. 13, 
tf 8 p.m., the Virginia Beach 
Civle C>oruii wi" perform 
ta a^nl Christmas CoB- 
Mrt, at Ptoxa Jifflior Hl^ 
SAool< 



This is to raise funds to 
help a needy family for 
Christmas. 

Martha 

Anderson 

inducted 

Martte C . Anderson, daugh- 
ter of Mrs. Martha M. An- 
derson of 2104 W. Admiral 
Dr., Virginia Beach, has bees 
iKhieted 1^ tte Mary Wash- 
ington CoUege chapter of 
Lambda loU Tau, a eattonl 
EngUA honorary society. 

MUs ABtersoB is dao a 
memter of Mu Phi Epeiloo, 
tte music booorary society. 
Purpose of Lambda Ma 
Tau is to promrte literary 
achievement, and memter- 
5h4) in the MWC chapter Is 
restricted to ivper-lev^ 
tafiiA majors who ban at- 
tatted at least a 3.0 gr»Se 
point average<aia 4.0 scale). 




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is never akme m an eiiii 
' Notifyoirhjivephoi 
how to use them piToixrly. 

Just tike a few minutes and .shim your ihild 
where the emei-jjenc\- numlx-rs are l( H.'atfd /} 

in the front of the ph(>nelxx)k. <|^ z 

Better yet. wiite down a-nain i'nuTt;iiK>( jl-^* 



numbers and keep them near \'our phunos. 
For the fire deixirtment, the ixilia 
depiirtment. your famih d«Kior. 
and the operator. 

That's ri^ht. the operator. ,i_' ^ 

If a child Ijecomes oitifused. or panics, y • 
simply dialiiiK "0" cm aleii the ^ * 

operator, wlio knowshow to handk- \ , S^^ ' 
an emerfcencv. /^' ^ - 

If y( )ur ciiikl is presehc k il ; iije ^> w^ 
and cuVt read. i»intoui where "d" is^-' 
on the dial and how {( » dial it. 

The friendly vc >ice on the ( rther 
end is a reassunmce that s( Hiie* mv T^ 
will always l)e there. Jtist in ia.se. 'j-j 

()f course, also mjike sure y< air r f 
child knows never to play with phoni 
tlurt they're not toys; 

Rjither. they're a w a\ 
to Stive time. And mone\. 
And even lives. 
Uw>DiirphoneforaQil*s worth. 

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Halibut, etc. 



STEAKS 
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Marinated, T-Bones, etc. 



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Shrimp Saute' in Butter, 
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Norfolks newest dinnii« sensation. 
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Friday and Saturday - $-10:30 




Mother aims to please 



By DEBORAH L. lOLI 
SUN Entertainment Writer 

"Did you wash your 
hands?" 

"Eat it - it's good for 
you!" 

Those maternal cries are 
familiar toevet7one--mama 
gives her "sound advice" to 
us all. 

But the Tidewater 
"Mother" who boldly scolds 
you to "Try it- -you'll like 
it!" isn't yours or mine-- 
she's The Jewish Mirther, 
the Beach's answer to a New 
York deli-coffee house com- 
bination. 

The Jewish Mother Re- 
staurant at 3108 Pacific has 
been doings land-office busi- 
ness dispensing those 

gestions— and surperb deli 
concoctions. 

"Sylvia's Dream" describ- 
ed as an omelette prepared 
with whole chicken livers and 
(Hiion, is just one of the sev- 
eral omelettes Mother offers 
any time of tke day or night. 

And it's common know- 
ledge among Mother's 
friends that "Zelma' Down- 
fall" (as it's listed on the 
menu) was the result of 
Mother's asparagus omelette 
bathed in hollandaise sauce. 
I can't say that I blame 
Zelma Ibr succumbing to the 
temptation! 

My favorite is "Myron's 
Omel^e" filled with heaps 
of cream cheese and chives- 
great for breakfast, lunch or 
dinner. Thanks, Myron! 

What would any deli 
without bagels? Mother of 
fers all her children a chok:e 
of water, egg, rye, garlic, 
pumpemickle, onion and hi- 
sin served with evetTthing 
from cream cheese to honey 
or loz. 

For Mother's vegetarian 
friends, she offers assort- 
ed raw vegetable platters 
served with blue cheese or 
Mother's special onion dip 
for $1.95. "Linda Bear's" 
special sandwich, also for 
the no-meat crowd, is pre- 
pared with mushrooms, 
tomato, gre» peppers, 
sauerkraut and Swiss cheese, 
garnished with cream 
cheese, Russian dressing and 




SUN iiboto by BLAIR' 

Jeffery Segal assists in sumptuous dessert selectkxis 



mustard. It may sound like an 
uncommon combination, but 
it's uncommonly good. (Af- 
ter all, isn't it time. we 
all add a little variety to our 
lives and resist from order- 
ing the same old ham and 
cheese?) 

Delicatessens are famous 
for their terrific sandwiches. 
The Jewish Mother, being no 
exception, makes them all. 
"You name the sandwich, 
we'll make it" is daringly 
stated on the menu. It's bard 
to beat heaps of hot pastrami, 
corned beef, kosher salami 
and the like piled high on 
fresh Jewish rye or what- 
ever you f^ncy served wUh 
cole slaw and (what else?) 
a kosher plckel for less than 
12. 



Some mothers have been 
known to sell their owniK>DSi> 
oh, torrors! But Mother's 
son "Reuben" sells for a 
mere |2.50— a fair price for 
layers of coined beef, Swiss 
dieese, sauerkraut and Rus- 
sian dressing on rye. 



On my last visit to the 
Jewish Mother, I met 
Mother's "Sailor Friend," 
split knockwurst on piimper- 
nickle with melted cheese. 

"Mother's French Rela - 
tions" — her magnificent 
quiches— are the kind of cou- 
sins you really want to invite 
to dinner. And they change 
daily. Enjoy Tuesday's five- 
cheese quiche early in the 
week, return Thursday for 
salmon, and stop Sunday af- 
ter church or a walk on the 
beach for the chicken and 
artichoke quiche. One's bet- 
ter than the next. 

Desserts and luscious pas- 
tries served at the Jewish 
Mother need no description; 
they sp«Lk for themselves 
(and mostly to my bathroom 
scale, as I am guilty of stop- 
Idng into Mom's for choco- 
late cheesecake far more of- 
ten than I'd like to admit). 

Now that I've told you ^x)ut 
all the goodies Mother has 
waiting for you, you'll want 
to visit her as often as I 
do for great food and live 
entertainment (supplied by 
talented local artists 
nightly). 



Mother opens her doors 
every day from 11 a.m. to 
3 p.m. seven days a week, 
9 a.m. to S p.m. on Friday 
and Saturday. 

Going to the park, throw- 
ing a party? Take Mother 
along. She'll prepare box lun- 
ches and cater to all your 
whims. So stay on the good 
side of Mother— The Jewish 
Mother, that is, and visit 
her often. You're sure to 
become v«nr pipd friends! 




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A Pdrtxmoath restaoraat la a VirgiBla 
Beadi resttwaat fidd* U only practical 
if IM diolac optrieaM it mikgu, aM for 
the tilt ywr Beaeb rtsldenta Imvi fDond tttat 
MAffibif MICHELLE offers an atmosplMre and 
culsiaa that Is une^ialled in the Tidewater arta. 



The mood is lutbentically 'emmtry France" and 
OMf J«u Daaaii's nptrtlse Is obvloas la the '^' 
amy of bmu ittmi iliat han) b«M pretantad 
dmiii Hm rtf tauttts first ytar. 



Reservations are a must. The dress is casod. 

five-c(Nirse meal including wine is offered 
a fixed price. (4IS-2S37) 






UE PETE'S 
RESTAURANT 




A iTMh SMfood RMtawiM located in rural VirglnUi 
Be^atoQtTstoMi flttw fnm tte former witch 
KLJ^hQ«e oS Sw to rMttc lad flia atmos- 
SeST «S*«S'fc.^A imaU «.^Y^^^ 
tte wood! on the BMk Bay. Soitood is prepared a^ 
eoidced 1^ the owner. For a uni(p>e dlnli« expert«Ke 
take a tr^ to the c«Mrtry. 

WhU« «ri« It Btai Pete's vlilt «» Craft a^HlMire 
y^TwHIflS Muoal haad nade items by local erafts- 



tmlastiM emOea, km* iN* !•"? <» » driftwood 
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OPENYlASfKXniD 1865 Muddy Creek Rd. 



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Braakf ast • Lunch • Dinner 
Entertainment Mtfitly 

Opes Year Round. 7 Days lla.m.-Sa.m. 
Friday and Saturdays 9 a.m. - S a.m. 
3108 Pacific Ave. Va. Beach at 81st. 

Closed Thanksgiving I I 

Thors TopD.J'i 

Friday To»D.J.'s 

Saturday Top D.J. 's 

Sunday Football - Specials 

Monday FooOall-free hotdogs 

Tuesday Ladies nite 

Wedneiday-Turle aite-briag your turUe 

The OFF-SITE 

Reetaurant & Lounge 

HUltiv Square Shopping Center 
V.B. Va. Phone 422-6iM , 




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- p Italian 

iA^^b Fan^Wy Night 

^ .'«r3' Entertainment m^Uy 

RELAX 

"Leave the cooking to ue" 

Tidewater's single leading Mtortalner 

William Burneil 

Vail a la Caesar 



1) Veal CnOet Parmigiana 

2) Meat Balls in Casserole 

3) Baked Stuffed Lasagne 

4) Baked Rlgatoni and 
Itelian Sausage 



•Chidee Veal Chunks, 
santted in Chefs Speciil 
Red Sauce, wifli Fresh 

Green Peppers and Mnch- 
noai 



$398 each 



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For ttie finest Italian dishes. 
Expert diefs take pride in prepari^ 
wly the tastlMt ealiaary deUghU whi^ 
are served to yon in a mrm and inllmalf 
atmosphere. Opw from S:00 p.m. 

Paieals a]tins Isle of Capri iliere yen mk 
Mjey coetails and dancing lo top namtdw* 
fnnps util 2 a.m. 

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Serving the world's largest resort city 



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Nov. 24, 1976 



^Cooperative horticulture program 
established by Wesleyan College 



^OTIOn B — — — 

By Army 

Ft Story transfer okayed 



The Army says It has no objec- 
tion to increasing the siie of the 
Colonial National Historic Park at 
Fort Story. Army Secretary Martin 
Hoffman has told Cong. William White- 
hurst that the Army has no objection 
to leasing the Admiral de Grasse sta- 
tue lands to the Interior Department. 
The recently dedicated de Grasse sta- 
tue area is presently leased to the 
City of Virginia Beach. The city 
would have to approve the transfer 
to the Interior Department for in- 
clusion in the Colonial National His- 
toric Park. 

The Virginia Beach Bicentennial 
commission, chaired by Mr. J. Roy 
Alphln, has proposed that the Nation- 
al Park Service enlaif e the Colonial 
National Historic Park at Fort Story 
to include a "historic triangle" that 
Includes the First Landing monument, 
the de Grasee statue, the old light- 
house, and, the railway station. .Re- 
sponding to an Inquiry from White- 
hurst, the Interior Department said 
the addition of the de Grasse site 
might be compatible to the historic 
park but that a study would have to 
be made. The Department said it 
has in the past considered acquir- 
ing some adjacent land at the First 
Landing monument site for visitor 
parking and access. 

The Colonial National Histoncal 
Park was esf.iblished to preserve and 
Interpret historically .significant por- 
tions of Jamestown and Yorktown. The 
small outlying portion of the park at 
Fort Story commemorates the first 
landing of the Jamestown settlers, and 
the de Grasse statue recognises the 
c^itribtttion the French admiral made 
t^le success of the American rev- 
olution in the naval battle p{f Fort 



it should be tucked away in the cor- 
ner of a military tiase. I hope there 
will be further action taken by the 




National Park Service and coopera- 
tion by the Army to ensure such de- 
velopment," Whitehurst says. 



A cooperative educational program 
In horticulture has been established 
by Virginia Wesleyan College in Vir- 
ginia Beach and the Norfolk Botanical 

rdens, according to Dr. William 
Wilson, dean of the College. The 
new program, approved recently by 
the College's Academic Committee, 
airtborizes the granting of academic 
transfer credit for many of the courses 
currently being taught by personnel of 
the Norfolk Botannical Gardens. 

Directing the program at the Bo- 
tttBlcal Gardens will be George Bak- 
er, Gardens' curator. Serving as co- 
ordinator of the program at Virginia 
Wesleyan will be Dr. Dennis Govoni, 
assistant professor of biology and di- 
rector of the College's botany pro- 
gram. 

"We are very pleased with the many 
possibilities this cooperative program 
cpeas for both our own students and 



other members of the community," 
says Govoni. "The Botanical Gar- 
dens, with their excellent facilities 
and staff, offer many modular courses 
in various areas of horticulture from 
lawn care to greenhouse techniques. 
Since student interest in plant growth 
and care has increased markedly in 
recent years, this cooperative effort 
will be of tremendous benefit to our 
students through their exposure to the 
resources and personnel of the Bo- 
tanical Gardens. Area residents who 
enroll In courses at the Gardens will 
also have an opportunity to earn col- 
lege credit, if they choose to trans- 
fer that credit to Virginia Wesleyan." 

Academic credit for the courses 
will be awarded on a unit system, ex- 
plains Dean Wilson. "Since many of 
the courses at the Botanical Gardens 
do not conform to the academic se- 
mester, we have developed a unit sys- 



tem to determine the number of cre- 
dit hours for each course. Based on 
content and duration, a course in the 
"Principles of Landscape Design," 
(br example, would earn 90 units. 
A total of 300 units would be neces- 
sary to earn three hours of academic 
credit." 

The credit courses in thfe program 
Include classes in landscape design, 
general plant care, plant care for spe- 
cific groups, and greenhouse techni- 
ques. To receive academic credit, 
a student must be enrolled at Vir- 
ginia Wesleyan or apply lor admis- 
sion as a transfer student. 

"These courses offer an enrichment 
of our botany program," adds Wilson. 
"We' see in the program at the Nor- 
folk Botanical Gardens a community 
learning experience which we feel is 
valuable and we recognize that value 
through the granting of credit " 



TjMTirthda Be»ch City ComcU 
Is eiipected to consider a resolution 
00 the matter whidi co«ld clear the 
way for the National Park Service 
to add the statue area to the park. 
The half-acre site is presently leas- 
ed tj the Army to the cHy at no «>st. 
The Irase expires AprU 30, 1979. 

Whitehurst has contacted the In- 
terior D^Mrtment asking that they help 
bring about a prompt and favorable 
response by the National Park Ser- 
vice. Should the Park Service and 
the city agree to the lease change 
the U. S. Army Engineer District In 
Noriolk would Issue the permit. 

♦'While 1 regard this reaction by 
the Army as encouraging," White- 
hurst, says, "I hope it is only the 
first step In the process of placing 
proper emphasis by the federal gov- 
ernment on this historic area. This 
site has great historical significance 
to the founding and development of this 
country. It felt the foot steps and 
heard the thanks given by the first 
successful settlers. It heard the roar 
of French and British naval cannon 
during Hie battle of Chesapeake Bay, 
a conflict which ensured the success 
of our troops at Yorktown and the in- 
dependence of our country. This Is 
the actual site of our beginning, of 
'our nation's roots. This Is our heri- 
tage. 

"This land deserves better recog- 
nition and emphasis by the federal 
government. People should have con- 
venient access to It. I don't believe 



Decorations 
demonstrated 

Making Christmas wreaths, roping 
and other decorations from fresh 
greens will t>e demonstrated by Mrs. 
George Hamilton, national accredited 
judge and lecturer, at the November 
meeting of the King's Grant Garden 
Club Thursday, Nov. 11 at ID a.m. 
at the King's Grant Baptist Church, 
g73 Little Neck Rd. 

New Hamphirelte 
'* loins TCC faculty 

The English faculty at the Virgtaia 
Beach Campus of Tidewater Community 
College has been strengthened with the 
ree^ arrival of James Zeller from 
tkree yrars of teaching Diglish at the 
Unhrerstty of New Ham|Miliire. 

Mr. ZoUer's educatira and ex- 
periKKe is in wrttiq; with q)«cbil 
credentials in the area of develo|an«i- 
tal Ei^Uh. TWs newest TCC fcculty 
mentwr, his wfle Doua, Hd V^r two 
<MireB mdfe their hoae la Vtrglaia 
Beach. 




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Oyster roast 
draws hundreds 



to Old Donation 






Arltne Roper of 117 Donatloa Dr., 
Virginia Beach, serves stew and oy- 
sters to Mrs. Harriet C. Taylor of 



Norfolk. ETOryone'ieemed to enjoy the 
seafood treat whl^ was toUoved by 
home baked pie. 





Kick. Savace sbowa IS year-oM Leo Peoibroke. The luneiieoa is a long 

mompsoo the art of openii« the many tradltlOD and was well attended.. The 

oysters which were served at the benefits from the oyster roast and 

pre-Thanksgivli« roast at the Old Do- baiaar wlU find their way into num- 

Dation Church oo Witchduck Road in erous worthwhile causes. 



SUN 
photos 

by 
Steve 



stone 




SJ: 1 



LttM tetea WUtaoB. 4. rf UM» Sadlk Terrace, a^wd Us 
pony ride VMter the piMaMC <d Joe Hand, lS,ef#1WM- 
cone Sq., Vtrgtaia Beadi. 



Bariiara «iykemore of MM Aid|ias Dr. wu one (tf tte 
cooks of a dellciais stew served at tte Old Donation 
Church Oyster Roast and haxwu- last Saturday. Here, 
she dislMS oirt a bowl of steaming stew tor which a cold 
photognwNr was most gratotal! 



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B-2 - Virsinia Beach Sun, Nov. 24, 1996 

Hard work pays off 



Youngsters in Great Neck 
end initial football season 



By BLAIR THURMAN 
SUN Sports Editor 



at the Great Neck Senior Football 
week was higUiehts of the 1976 



The first event 
LMfue Innquet last 
season. 

Well, it wasn't really a highlight film, it was a home- 
movie taken by the assistant coach of one of the teams, 
and by no strange coincidence, the same team was play- 
ing in most of the clips. There were a few rough spirts 
that hadnt been edited (nit, and the conglomeration of 
10 and U-year-old boys that were seated op btmtlbr 
better viewing, regularly booed. Fortunately, there were 
enough good scenes to pacify the critical youngsters, 



Bulkheading 

and repairs 

Piers and Pile-Driving 
Free Estimates 

Can 481-0847 



and the catcalls were scattered with squeals of deligM, 
as the footballers g(rt to watch themselves run for toucb- 
'dowBs and make crucial Uocks. 

Running the proiector and smiling all the while, was 
the amateur filmmaker (his smile brotd^ed when the 
boos resooBiM}. Besides ttaUag the movie and coach- 
ing, he took the team pictures for the whole league, 
had them processed, organized and started the league, 
and generously offered his wife's volunteer services to 
make the all-important flags (and other various deeds). 
The man? Carmra D'Auria. 
D'Aurla, with a lot of help from his wife Beth (she 
vehemently dowqilays her efforts) started tbe Great Neck 
Senior L«igue Just this year, and all those who parti- 
cipated agreed ^t it was a huge success. At the end of 
the baniuet, r^resentatives from all four teams pre- 
sented Carmen and Beth witti a trophy and a card signed 
by all the boys In the league. The D'Auria's were over- 
come. "It's, not often I'm shocked," said Mrs. D'Aurla, 
"but I was.^t>eally came as a surprise to us." 

I t shouldn't have. It would have been criminalneglect 
had their tireless ^forts gone unrecognized. Last year 
the league didn't exist. This year, 10 and U-y«r -old 
boys living in Great Neck had an alternative to tackle 
fbotball-flag football. 

Some boys have no desire to move on to tackte, and 
some don't meet the weight requirements, so flag foot- 




Beth and Carmen D'Aurla accept trophy at banquet 



ISHIKAWA JUDO SCHOOL 

1201 Uukin Read Viroimo B«och, Virginio 

• Instructor— TakoWko IstOkowo— 8th Degree Block Belt 
ttiothi-Don) 

• Qosses— Storting October 1. 1976 

• ii0istration— storting week d iSept. 20. 1976. 

• i eg ton ers Oosses— Tueidoy ond Wednesdoy, 6:30 to 
7sX fM. $50.00 for 12 lessons flnchides registration 
(eel 

• Advonced dosses— Mondoy-Thursdoy-Fridoy 7:30 to 
frOO P.M.Registrotiofl Fe*'$20i)0, Monthly Poyment— 
$30.00. Visitors Fee $5.00 



Bagmners Oou*s and AduoncMi CIossm tncluda man ond 
women Irom oga 13 yaofj ond ly. ■ 



• Children's Classes— Ag«| 5 through 12 yeoii. 

Saturdoy 10 d.m. to 12 noon 
No Registrofion Necessoiy 




Your Golden 
Opportunity 

is Knoclcing! 

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Fisiiing 
offered 
at ODU 

Old Dominion University 
otttelals like to point out 
it is not Just another region- 
al nDiverstty. It is unique- 
ly geared to serve tbe region 
in which it is located, they 
say. 

Tbey point out how the 
university serves tlw 
world's larged natural har- 
bor throu^ ttsdoetoral pro- 
gram k oceanQgraphy, bow 
the iffliversUy serves the 
huge concen^aUon of Navy 
personnel wtth eoorses 
taught aboard sl^through- 
oirt the AtlaoOc, and bow the 
university serves ite state's 
largest population concen- 
tration with gradiate pro- 
gruns in nttan stitf es. 

is appar^fty 



ball is tbe answer, picking up where the Junior Leagm, 
(tfw younger boys, leaves off. 

The fledgling league, wmi by tbe Packers this year, 
is not yet under the jurisdiction d the Great Neck Ath- 
letic Association, so the funds needed to operate bad 
to be solicited elsewhere. Nonetkeless, the success of 
the Senior League has given vent tor consideration for 
the formaUon of yet anot)iBr league, tor bofs 12-13. 

If the need is Uiere, is it a sure bet D'Auria will be 
doing what he can to get the new program off the groidMl. 
Re's that kind of man. During the banquet, which was 



interqiersed with two National Footbill League fUras, 
sqipar and awards, D'AurU was thanking petvle^-Thank- 
ing them! AU ef Uiam. 

He thanlnd the boys for coming out to play fbottitll. 
Re thanked tbe parenU for letting them play. ItttM man 
who planted the grass on ttia field where tbey i^y had 
be«i there, be would have thanked him too. 

Uttlmatiay though, the thanks teU on those irtio most 
deserved it, tbe D'Aurias. As tbey brandlsfaed their tro- 
phy at the conclusion <a the ceremoniaa, it was evident 
that all was worth it 




Newborn excels in Classic 




WUliam 4 ilary dominated 
a record fld#'''|n Ite tiAh 



its ireglSn which inelud^tte 
Chesapeake BayandVlr^a 
Beach area. ODU today u- 
nounced a new course torthe 
spring semester: Saltvnter 
S^pMt Fishing. 

Military 
admitted 

free 

It's 8 freebie! 

All military pers<mnel 
wearing a nniform, wOl be 
admitted to the Tidewater 
Sharks' game at SccqieSat. 
27 during IflUtary Higbt. 

The 9arks play tte 
Greensboro Generals at 
7:30. 



weekend to break a four- 
year bold on thr team title 
by East Carolina. Fast - 
working wrestlers also shat- 
tered two records. 

With 2S1 wrestlers en- 
tered from 23 colleges and 
two wrestling clubs or as in- 
dividuals, the Classic beiw- 
fltted from its new two-day 
format. 

WUliam and Mary ended 
East Carolina's four-year 
domination by compiling 
over 1S4 points wtdi three 
first place titles and two 
runnersup spots. 

There were two individual 
records set in the two day 
affair at lS8-pounds. Mike 
Newbem, from Lehigh a Cox 
high graduate, bad tbe most 
pins in tbe shortest amount 
of time. His tour faUsonly 



took 11:16. North Carolina 
State'j J^ Segroives had 
last pin of 35 seconds. 



Final team scoring: Wil- 
liam ud Mary 154 3/4, ECU 
109 1/4, NC State 92, West 
Che^er SUte 75 1/4, Ten- 
essee 55 3/4, Peadmke 
St^eSl 1/4, UNC 51,' VMI 
39, (SX 34, Geor^ Mason 
32 1/2, Llbmy Baptist 28, 
and Richmond 15 1/2. 

Tennessee's 134 • pound 
Brian Oumlag was voted the 
mo^ oidstanding wrestler in 



tbe tonniamart, the first 
aoa-KV ^^iplar to via 



waigM Bandy Payne i|ok 
third if taai^ Gii| awUy 




W^ffiimm caplurad 6» 
150 class honors. 



Old Dominion University^^ 
had three wrestlers reach 
the semi-finals. At 111, 
sophomore Terry Krets fin- 
ished flfUi. At 134 freshman 
Bill Didierson placed fourth. 
He made it to the seihi- 
flaals at the expense of 
freshman teammate John 
Armitage. Junior heavy- 



itf Nortli SMPSUaa 
State. 

"I was pleaaad witk tha 
w^ our kidk perfnmad," 
■said OdH «MMCb Pi^e Robin- 
son. "It's rtill ariy and we 
have a yoang team, but Uils 
touraamenl experience will 
help them Ironeittaly. 

Norfolk Statit's 128 pound 
Roiwrt Bell reached the 
semi-finala where he was 
beaten by eventual champion 
Hob Pincus. 



Abraham looks for big season 
on Lady Monarch squad 




By BLAS THUKHAH 

For Teri Abraham, Vir- 
ginia Beach's contribirtion 
to Old Dominion's Lady Mon- 
arch basketball t^m, the 
aquisition ot several strong 
front-court (dayers might 
well lead to a dramatic cut- 
down in playkg time for her, 
but it may atM) give tor the 




Teri woBld like to aee a 
Jet of action this jmr, but 
realises Ae will have to 
work lard. "Theothergirls 
are very good," she said 
recently. "I think Oat we 
could go all the way this 
year." 

She continued, "Competi- 
tion makes me iriay bard. 
1 blew ttnegirls were com- 
ing, and flat I wouM have 
to put out more effort. The 
caliber of players will ra^n 
it harder to play, but tot's 
what ke^ts me going. 

Teri, wlw stands S-II, is 
a bustaess major and lives 
on donn. She used to be 
priinarUy a reborader, birt 
■aid, "I've beeome much 
more oflosive minded late- 
ly." 



Her coaek, Pam Panons,- 
sees TnI playing en Im- 
portaM role ttls year torthe 
Lady Monardu, if they are:- 
to be smKessftal. "Teri ls<^ 
tile only fid on the team «i|o^ 
has played for me morathan . 
one fnr. She Imows what I 
demand, and I need Iter to 
help me with the develop- 
mmA of the younger play- 
ers. 

"Teri has a lot of abU- 
ity. ^e's older and more 
mature ttiaa the others, and 
has been through a lot of 
situations tiie irthers 
haven't." 

Teri shonU prove to be 
the type of ^yerthatmakM 
a strong team Jtooager. 



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q^ortanity to jriay on a na- 
tioaal dtam^on. 

Teri, a First Ccriooial 
gn^ite. started M omter 
tor QW last ynr, but a 
l^iMOMBenal r^ir^lagygar 
has takn ter any from tiie 
iqiotligtts. 

The Uiree girts i^ are 
Aepitaf into rtartUv ndes 
are so good, that pla^ngbe- 
hind them is lo di^race. 
C^ ct the girls Is NMcy 
LMennan, a h%h s<^ool 
AU-Am^^» vto m i 
^«e» mflW«»^aiBf|^ 
Olymirfcs. AlsoiAu^te 
$-S I^e Niss^ frmn Den- 
mark, who has beu playing 
ball in Eun^e for ti» past 
two yea^, and tes U. S. 
Olymi^c team aspirations, 
BeUH Dobeity, a Jwter 
buster to On aiidrtags^ 
WiNi^ m, rtandlag at 1-1. 



Beach boys 
on television 



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Two ex-yirgiaia Boidi 
b^ »;hoitf fpcflmUph^i^ 

MtMrtee on Tkanl^vl3« 
mgU. 

Mm Vym, fOrmerfy ot 
teyaide, and Chris Sweater, 
who played for First Colb- 
1^1, are memb«^ rtite 

txMall tnm, and wiU tie 



[dayii« East Candin U- 
timesOj Inr tin loritem 
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en cUBnal ^. -- 

Wyn ^ys ltart«dcer 
to tfea Apps, uA OB Um 
spectt^ teams. 

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Terry Morton (Bayside) last year... 



Ed Booth (Kempsville) last year.. 



Some change, some don't 



Frank Webster (First Colonial) 



A musUehe here, sideburns ttiere, and maybe a new 
haircut. Whatever the change, it can certainly alter one's 
appearance. Of course, ttere are those who seem to go 
from one year to the next without even a change in ex- 
pression. The six Beach District high school football 



coaches are seen here In various stages of change 
Three of them look a little different than last season, 
and three look the same. Ob yeah, their respective rec- 
ords is no indication of change: 





...Terry Morton this year 



Ed Booth this year 



...Johnny Cooke this year 



Courts to be added 



The Racquet Club of Vir- 
ginia Beach will add 12 ten- 
nis courts to its facility on 
7.38 acres northwest of the 
intersection of North Great 
Neck Road and Thomas Bish- 
op Lane. 

The existing facility is lo- 
cated on 9.2 acres on the 



west side of Thomas Bishop 
Lane in the Lynnbaven Borl 
ough. ; 

The expansion was exped* 
ited with the approval by Vir- 
ginia Beach City Council of S 
conditional use permit to 
Harvey H. Shiflet III, clui) 
owner, Monday afternoon. I 



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Girl's basketball 



Patriots cop city crown 



Rec. League 
final standings 



Pre-Teen girls 

American Division 

Thalia-Birchwood-Malibu Eagles 

Ntttonal Division 

Plaza Patriots 

City Championship Came Result: 

Thalia-Blrcbwood-Malibu Eagles 20 

Plaza Patriots 



36 (City Champions) 



Junior girls 



American Division 

Plaa TOriots 

Natl^al Division 

Woodstock Stealers 

City Championship Game Result: 



The Plaza Patriots 
brought home a double cham- 
pionship last week, as both 
the Pre-Teens and Junior- 
Teens successfully defended 
their city title. 

The younger Patriots won 
their second city champion- 
ship in the two years since 
this age group was formed. 

For the older Patriots, it 
was their fburth consecutive 
city title. 

The double win gave Coach 
Larry Riggs his tenth city 
championship team in four 
years. The last eight bas- 
ketball teams coached by 
Riggs (l»ys and girls) have 
won the city title. 

Kathy Lokie closed out her 
phenomenal career on the 
Patriots with another suberb 
performance, as she led the 
Junior girls to a 68-12 vic- 
tory over the Woodstock 
Steelers. Miss Lokie scor- 



ed 41 points, hauled down 
23 rebounds and had 20 
steals. 

Jackie Butler grabbed 13- 
rebounds and Audrey Tur- 
ner had nine. Barbara Files , 
helped out with four assists 
and six steals. 

The Pre-Teen Patriots pid|^ 
together an outstanding team 
effort in defeating the 
Thalia Eagles 36-20. The 
Patriots played without Lin^^^ 
da Tindall, one of their star- 
ters and second tallest play- 
er 5-6, who injured her fin4 
ger in a car door on the 
way to the game. 

Crystal . Clark, the 
Patriot's 11-year-old cen- 
ter, controlled the boards 
with 18 rebounds. Vicki Gray 
added 12 rebounds and led all 
scorers with 14 points. Miss 
Clark ami Pam Byrd each 
added eight points. Judy 
Morris was a key factor in 



the Patriots win as she had 
nine steals and ran the of- 
fense with her passing which 
included seven assists. Miss 
Byrd also managed six as- 
sists and made seven steals. 
Andre McLaurin had six 
steals and blocked five shots. 



Coach Riggs believes his 
current pre-teen champs are 
better than last year's cham- 
pions. "This year's team has 



more height, more depth, 
better shooters, and plays 
better defense." 

As for his older team, 
Riggs says they are the best 
team he has ever seen in 
their age group. "And this 
year they are the l>est team 
in the city," said Riggs. 
"We have played all teams 
in the older league who would 
play us and we have beaten 
them aU." 



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American Division (Tied) 

Woodstock Squaws 
' Plaza Pacers 

Dlvitlon Title Game ResulU 

Woodstock Squaws 
'Plaza Pacers 

Kattooal DlvUiiM (Tied) 

Plaza Patriots 

Aragona- Pembroke Challengers 

IHvislon Title Game Results: 

Plaza Patriots 

Aragona -Pembroke Challengers 

City Championship Results: 

Plaza Pacers 49 (City Champions) 

Plaza Patriots 27 



40 (Division CbamiHons) 



35 (Division Cham]dons) 
33 



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They are young, active and close- 
knit. They like quiet pursuits, local 
attractions. They cherish their tam- 
ily ties. 

You can tell all this and more the 
moment you walk into the downstairs 



lounge of the Xotbk Photo Gallery In 
New York City and see the home- 
like setting de«)rated with portraits 
of the Drescher fcmUy form VirginU 
Beach. The portraits were made or 
r«Mored by B;^ photCNtrapher Wli- 




[^clntosh photos on display in New York gallery 



Uaffl S. Mcintosh, master of photo- 
graiAy, and owner of three portrait 
ftudkM in the area. 

MeMosh selected the Drescbers 
because they are representative of 
the many taroUies he photograito ynr 
in and year out. The father, Dr. 
Allison Drescher, a Virginia Beach 
dentist, and his wife Jeanie are shown 
in separate portraits at the top of a 
"family tree" arrangement on one 
wall. The grouping also includes 
portraits from the family collection 
showing his parents and hers, even 
restored {Aotographs of his grand- 
paraits. 

The current Drescher generation is 
represented wttha grouping of color 
portraits over the fireplace mantle. 
Surrounding a dramatic photograph of 
Uie parents together are two son, 
blue-toned mood portraits of their 
daughters, Sally and Annie. On a side 
wall, facing visitors as they enter the 
lounge, is a large outdoor portrait 
made of the chUdren with the family 
dog in a rustic beach setting. 

"Photographic portraits are very 
popular with today's young famUies," 
says Mcintosh of his experience In 
the Norfolk area. "Parents seem to 
recognise the importance of these ties 
and they're proud to display the |4o- 
tograidis of ancestors along with to- 
day's generation. A family tree really 
tells a story. It's like a visual record 
of the people and things most mean- 
Ingfal to those who display the photo- 
graphi." 



Mcintosh caUed upon the services 
of Jerry Garnher, A.S.I.D., presi- 
dent of Garnher-Daugbtrey, Inc., In- 
terior Designers, in Norfolk to plan 
the i*oto|raphlc arrai^emenU for the 
lounge dUplay, Frames were custom 
made by the Newcomb-lUcklln Frame 
Co., a 108-year old establishment in 
Chicago known for museum quality 
frames. 

"The setting is traditloml and 
the frames were selected with the 
room decor and the {Aot(«raiAic im- 
ages in mind," says Mcintosh. "But 
portraits can be displayed in a va- 
riety of ways— traditional, contempor- 
ary, even unframed--as long as It is 
suitable for the photo and the decor of 
the home." 

The dominant blue tones of the large 
portrait and smaller, single photo - 
graphs of the young girls stand out 
in the lounge display that is furnish- 
ed in earth, rust and brown tones. A 
seating arrangement of sleek, tan easy 
chairs is grouped around a low Par- 
sons table over which hangs a large 
photograph of a lighthouse taken by 
Mcintosh at sunset. 

"Photographic art," says Mcin- 
tosh, "whether portrait or scenic or 
abstract, is today's art form. It can 
be the least expensive, good quality 
original art a family might own. You 
can plan with your photographer the 
type of piKitograph you want, the type 
of custom finish and framing it should 
have, and the place in your home where 
it should be displayed." 



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Winning duet 



The twirliiv duo; Miss Nancy Cawley of Virginia feeach 
and Miss Sierrie Phelps of Churehland after wimdng first 
place duet twirling in flie National Baton Twirling As- 
soeiatioo competition at Maussas last month, wMt on to 
the Broadway NBTA competltlOB Nov. « to win anofkCT first 
(dace trophy. In addlUon, tta two wnt m to win nUe addl- 
iiooal trophies in indlvidqil events. Nancy Is a sopfeMtnre 
at Princess Aue High Scbwl ahd marches wltti the Ittrdi- 
lag Cavaliers. Sherrie attends Churehland JHl^ ScJNwl. 
Botti girls are members of The Tidewater Tvlrtottes 
Baton and Drum Corps and Oieir instructor is Mrs. Sal>ra 
Roebadi of Virginia Beach. 




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Virginia Beach Public Notices 



PUBLIC NOTICE 

Public Nc^ce is hereby given that the Council of the 
City of Virginia Beach will hold a public hearing on 
December 6, 1976 at 1:00 P.M. in the Council Cham- 
bers, AdministraUon Building, Virginia Beach, Virginia 
fbr the purpose of considering the pnqiosed amendments 
to the City Charter and submitting same to the General 
Assembly. The following is an informative summary: 

Section 2.01 An amendment to broaden the powers 
set forth in 15.1-»37 through 15.1-907, Code of Vir- 
ginia (1950) and to incorporate by reference any amend- 
ments to these sections. . . , ^ 

Section 7.01 An amendment to establish certain ad- 
ministrative departments. 

Section 8.07 An amendment to change the assessment 
year tor the City of Virglnta Beach, Virginia to the first 
day of July of each year. : ..... 

amended providing for notice to the City of claims 
for damages or negligence. 

Section 10.01, 10.02, 10.03,10.04, 11.01, 11.02, 11.03, 
12.04. 12.05. 12.06. 17.01. 17.02 17.03. 18.01. 18.02. 
18.03. 18.04, 18.05, 18.06, 18.07, 18.08, 18.09, 18.010, 
18.011, 18.012, 18.013, 18.014 and 18.015. Anamednment 
to repeal these sections providing for certain depart- 
ments within the City. 

Sections 15.01, 15.02 and 15.03 Anamendmenttochange 
the name of the Department of Farm and Home De- 
monstration to the Department of Agriculture. 

Any interested person may examine the pn^osed 
amendments on file in the City Maimer's office. 

Citiiens who desire to address the City Council re- 
garding the prcqwsed amendments should register their 
names by letter or telephone (427-4304) with the Office 
of the City Clerk m or betore 5:00 p.m., on Wednesday, 
December 1, 1976, or register wtth the Deputy City Clert 
at the City Clerk's desk in die Council Chambers be- 
fore the ofieoiag of the Public Hearing at 1:00 p.m. on 
Monday, December 6, 1976. 
Richard J. Webbm 
City Clerk 

VBS 11 /24 It - 

NOTICE OF PUBUC HEARING 

Virgtaia: 

Hie regular meeting of the Council of the City of Vir- 
^nla Beaeli vol be held in the Council Chambers of 
ae Adhttoistftftcm Building, City Hall, Princess Anne 
Station, VliliM* Beach, Virginia, on Monday, December 
13, am, at 1:00 P.M., at which time the foUowUig 
appUcafioAs will be heard: 

CHANGE OF ZOWINO MSTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
LYNNHAVEN BOHOUGH: 

Petition of Boddle-NoeU Enterprises, Inc., for a Change 
<a Zoning District Classlficattoa from R-8 R^idential 
IMstrict w B-2 Community - Business District on cer- 
tain property loated at the NorUtwest comer of Cape 
ifrary Drive (formerly Holly AvMoe) and Seashell Road, 
running a distance of 225.07 feet along m West side 
of Seashell Road, runntaig a distance of 150 feet along 
the Nortfaem prmer^ line, running a distance (tf 236.32 
feet ttoBt the Western pn^rty line and running a 
distance of 150.17 along the North side of Cape Henry 
Drive (formerly Holly Avenue). Said parcel contains 
38,750 siparel^ more or less. LYNNHAVEN BOROUGH. 
2. 

Petition <4 C.S. Voder * Co., tor a Cha^e of Zonli« 
District Classificidion from R-7 Residential District to 
B-4 8es(»t-Commercial DUtrict on certain property 
kicated (m the North side fd 9th Street beginning at a 
point 120 feet West of Medttemnean Aveane, nmnlng 
a distance of 90 feet along tte North side of 9th Street, 
runnii^ a distance of 100 feet along the Eastern pro- 
perty line, numing a distance of 90 feet alca^the 
Norttem prtqwrty line and running a distance of 100 
feet alcng tte Western ppcperty Ilae.&ld parcel a«- 
tains 9,000 square feet, ^iiaitowlawn Heights Arm). 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROlKiH. 
3. 

Potion (rf E. KemMth Day and Jahn Wallace Summs 
for a Chance of Zoi^ District Classification from 
R-1 Resldatial IHstrict to R-9 BMMMrtlal Towiduuse 
District on certain property baglmdig at the inter- 
section of Nortt Gn*t Ncdc Roed nad '«««* Bisl^ 
LaM, nmnlng in a Northerly dlrectloB a dMarce <a 
USS feet Bwre or less atong tte West side of Thomas 
Blakap Lane, runnii^ in a SoiAerly direction a Ostance 
at 955 feet more or less and nmnli« a dWance m 240 
fe^ more or less aWig the NMlhwn hoMdary ol North 
Great Neck. SaU par^ to irregnlu- in shape ani 
covins 3.6 acres more m leas. Uitu B. Dey Etanen- 
torv S<Ao<a Area). Lt«NHAVH» KttOWffi. 
CHANGE OP ZCWiWJ MTWCT CLASSFICATION: 
KEMPSVILLE BOROUGH: 

PeUttOB <a Pine Acre, Inc. tor a Change ct Zcaing IHs- 
tri(A Ckssiflatioa from A-1 Apartment District to 
A-2 Apartaeid IXMrict on certain lots as shown on 
the Plat of Midway. 



Parcel 1: Located at tte Souttwest utersection of West 
Virginia Avraue and Second Street, running a distance 
of 869.81 feet along tte Soutt side of Second Street, 
naming a distance of 773.62 feet along tte Western 
property line, running a distance of 924.23 feet along 
tte Northern boundary of Virginia Beach-Norfolk Ex- 
pressway, running a distance of 21.24 feet in a Norther- 
ly direction, running a distance of 150 feet in a Westerly 
direction, and runmng a distance of 450 feet along the 
West side of West Virginia Avenue. 
Parcel 2: Located at tte Soutteast intersection of West 
Virginia Avenue and Second Street, running a distance 
of loofeet along tte Soutt side of Second Street, run- 
ning a distance of 239.33 feet along the West side of 
Soutt Kentucky Avenue, running a distance of 204.60 
feM along tte Souttem property line and runniw a 
distance of 270 feet along tte East side of West <rir- 
ginia Avenue. ^, .„ ,^ 

-Epwel 4; toerted at the S<»rt^8t, Mf yfff^f^f.gff»fr 

of 100 feet along tte> Soutt sUk of Second Street, rraj- 
ning a distance of 193.33 feet along the Eastern prt)- 
perty line, running a distance of 104.60 feet along the 
Southern property line and running a distance of 224 
feet atong the East side of South Kenctucky Avenue. 
Said parcels contain 14.52 acres. Plats witt more de- 
tailed Information are available in the Department of 
P lanning (Thalia ViUage-Souttem Firs Areas). KEM8- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

5- .„ r 

Petition of Pine Acre, Inc., for a Change of Zoning 
District Classification from A-1 Apartment District 
to B-2 Community-Business District on certain lots 
as shown on the Plat of Midway. 
Parcel 1: Located at tte Soutteast intersection of Bonney 
Road and Pennsylvania Avenue, running a distance of 
950 feet along tte Soutt side of Bonney Road, running 
a distance of 482.25 feet along tte West side of Soutt 
Kentu^ Avenue, running a distance of 950 feet along 
tte Nortt side of First Street and running a distance 
of 482.43 feet along tte East side of Pennsylvania Ave- 
nue. 

Parcel 2: Located at tte Souttwest intersection of Bonney 
Road and Pennsylvania Avmue, running a distance of 
180.81 feet along tte Soutt side of Bonney Road, runnii^ 
a distance of 212.80 feet atong tte Western pc^rty 
line, running a distance of 169.11 feet along the Southerti 
invperty line and running a distance of 212.44 feet 
aloi% tte West side of Pennsylvania Avenue. 
Parcel 3: Located at tte Northwest intersection of Pennsy- 
lvania Avenue and First Street, running a distance of 
180 feet along tte West side of Pennsylvania Avenue, 
running a distance of 164.15 feet along the Northern 
property line, running a distance of 180.27 feet along 
tte Western property line and running a distance of 
154.24 feet akmg tte North side of First Street. 
Said parcels e<mtain 12.03 acres. Plats witt more de- 
talledinformation are available in tte Department of 
Planning. (Thalia Village-Souttern Firs Areas). KEMPS- 
VILLE BOROUGH. 

CHANGE OF ZONING DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
VIRGINIA BEACH BOROUGH: 
6. 

Petition (A Corporate Designs, Ltd., for a Change of 
Zoning District Classification from R-6 Residential 
District to 0-1 Office District on certain property 
located at tte Northwest comer of 36tt Street and 
Pacific Avenue, nmnlng a distance of 150 feet along the 
West side of Pciflc Avenue, running a distance of 125 
feet along tte Northern pn^rty line, running a dis- 
tance of 150 feet along tte Western property line and 
running a distance of 125 feet along tte Nortt side of 
36tt Sreet. Said parcel contains 18,750 square feet. 
VIRGINU BEACH BOROUGH. 
CHANGE OF ZONWG DISTRICT CLASSIFICATION: 
UAYSIOE BOROUGH: 
7. 

Petttion <a Thomas A. and Edith Y. Lindsey for a 
Change of Z<ming District Classification from B-3 
Central-Business District to B-Z Community-Business 
District on certain propert? located on the Sotrth side 
of P(4oraac Street boning at a point 125 feet West 
ot Aragona Boulevard, runiung a distance of 125 feet 
akng the Soutt side of Potomac Street, runnii^ a dis- 
tance of 125 feet along the Western property line, 
running a distance of 125 feet aloi« the Souttem pro- 
perty line and nmnlng a distance of 125 feet along the 
Eastern property line. Said parcel contains 15,625 
square feM. (Euclid Place Area). BAYSIDE BOROUGH, g 
C0NDITK)NAL USE PRMIT: 
8. 

i^pUcatton of Chapel of The Good Samaritan for a 
Condlttoeal Use Permit for a church cm certain pro- 
perty located at tte Soutteast comer of Wcer Road 
and Moore's Pond RMd, running a distance oi 313 
feet more or less aloi^; tte East side of Baker Road, 
running a distance of 613.44 fe^ atoig tte Souttem 
pnqwrty line, rumii^ a distance (rf 330.11 feet almg 
tte Eastem property line and runnii^ a distance of 550 
feet more or less alo^ the Soutt side of Moore's 
Pood Road. &id parcel cotrtatos 4.413 acres. (Weblln 
nace Area). BAYSDE BOROUGH. 
Richard J. Webb(m 
City Clert 

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Virginia Beacli Pubiic Notices 



FIUU« E. BUTLES m, Esdwttor 
lor tte City <rf Virfiiiia Bm^ 
n RE: Variau Prmrttet 
CESTinCATE 
This U to etrtll* ttat oa Octoter IS, 1«7« at 10:00 
AM In tte Clraitt bmti ct tin Cttir of Viifiiia Bcadi. 
Virfinia, an iaqnest vas held to dattmlM if a certaiB 
Idaea or parcel (tf laad had ^itaated to the Connoa- 
veatth of Vlntaia. The verdi<« at said IniDeirt vas 
that the toUoviac real property had escheated to the 
Commoovaalih of Vlrgiaia from the estate of Men 
ClaitoB, deceased: 

Lots located is VirfiiUa Beai^ Vtrgioia kaowa 

as all that certaia lot, piece or parcel of laad with 

the bnildta|s aad imiwoTeBeats ttereoa, sad the 

tlipurteoaaees thereoato belontaK, situate ia the 

City of VlTfiBia Beach. Virfinia aad dMigaated as 

Loto 4.5,6,7,l,9,10, 14, IS, aad 16, ia Block 3 oa tte 

Plat of Fecan GardMS as shown in Map Book 7 pace 

City of Virtinla Beach, Virfinia and designated 
as Lots 4,5,6,7,8,9, 10, 14, IS, aad 16. in Block 
3 on the Plat of Pecan Gardens as shown in Hap 
Book 7 at pace 70, which said plat is recorded 
in the Clerk's Otilee of the Cirenit Court of the 
City of Virfinia Beadi, Virfinia. 
Witness the followinc signatore and seal this 22ad 
day of October, 1976. 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

la the Clerk's OtHce 01 ttie 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virfinia Beach, VA, on 

the 19tb day of November, 

1976. 

John F. Essig, Jr., 

Plalntifl, afainst 

Plaintiff, 

afainst 

Loma Jean Essif , 

Defendant. 

The object of this suit is 
to obtain a divorce a vin- 
culo matrimonii (romtbe 
said defendant, upon the 
f rounds of s^^aration fOr 
more than one year. 

And an attidaTit havinf 
been made and filed that 
the detendaat is a non-re- 
sideiA of the State of Vir- 
fUiia, the last known post 
aQifie address beinf: 
Bourns Mills, New Jersey, 
it is ordered that she do 
ABpoar Iffire i^hin tea (101„ 
Scatter Mf^cUMr 
hereof, aad do irtiat inaybe 
- necessary to prtrtect her 
iirterest ia this suit 
A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fortress 

By: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty cleik. 
Morton V. WhiUow 
420 Merchants t Farmers 
Bank Building 
i30 Crawford Street 
Portsmouth, VA. 23705 

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The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce 
a mensa et thoro from the 
said detatdant, upon the 
grounds of desertion, £0- 
95, Code of Virginia 1950, 
as amended. 

And an affidavit having been 
made and filed that the de- 
fendant is a non-residoit 
of the State of Virginia, 
the last known post ottice 
address being: P.O. Box 



367, Tonopah, Nevada 
89049. it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) (toys after due pub- 
lication hereof, and do what 
okay.be aecessary topro- 
<-<'«Mtii4i«»'tatarest»4a'>thls 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Mahler A Cave 
2224 No. Great Neck Rd. 
Virginia Beach, VA 23451 

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CRDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
the Circuit Court of the 
City of Virginia Beach, VA 
on the 15tb day of Novem- 
ber, 1976. 
WUliam C. Smith, 
Plaintiff, 
against 

Teresa D. Smith, 
Defendant. 

The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce a 
vinculo matrimonii from 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of desertion. 
. And an affidavit having 
l>een made and filed that 
the defendant is a non-re- 
sident of the State of Vir- 
ginia, the last known post 
offlce address being: 4 
Cherry Street, Homer, New 
York, it is ordered that 
she do appear here within 
ten (10) days after due 
publication hereof, and do 
what may be necessary to 
protect her interest in this 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
PhiUp H. Myers 
Suite too Bel-Aire Bld^. 
1600 East Little Creek Rd. 
.-Norfolk, Va. 23518 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 
In the Clerk's Ottice of the 
Circuit Court of the Ctty 
(rf Virginia B«ch, VA., 
on the 16th (toy of Novem- 
ber. 1976. 

Gary Floyd Oddtlrk, 
Plalntitt, 
against 

B^y Lmlse Odekirk, 
Defradant. 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

b the Clerk's (»ice of the 

Circuit Court of the City 

of Virginia Beach, VA. an 

the 21st day of October, 

1976. 

Kathy White Disney, 

Plaintiff, 

against 

Donald Nelson Disney, 

Defendant. 



The object of this suit 
is to obtain a divorce^ 
vinculo matrtmonii from 
the said defeadait, qioBthe 
grounds ofconstnietlvede- 
sertion or, in the al- 
ternative, on the grouads 
of the Complainant and De- 
fendant have lived siqiarate 
and apart (or a period of 
more than one year. 

Aad an affidartt having 
been made and tiled that 
due dlli^«ice has been us- 
ed by or in Mail of the 
Complainant to ascertain 
in which coaAj or cor- 
poration the defendant is, 
without effect, the last 
known post oCHce address 
being: 764 HUltop Road,. 
Virginia Beadi, Va it is 
ordered that Iw do vpear 
here with tea (10) days af- 
ter due poblicatum here- 
of, and do what may be 
necessary to protect his 
iirter^ in this suit. 
A awl«le: John V. 
Fentress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
David D. Dickerson 
Pembroke Oae-Suite 525 
inrglnia Beach, Va. 23462 

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Betty Marie Giatw Row*. 
DefMdaat. 

The object of Ois ratt 
is to obtala a ittvorce a 
vtacnk) matrtnoaii frrai 
the said dtfeadart. qjxia 
the gronds ot separattoa 
for a period ia ereess oa 
oae year wiUnot brter - 
n^tioa. 

Aad aa affldavtt havtag 
beca made aad tUed that 
the deteadaat is a aoa-re- 
sldeal of the State of Vir- 
fiaia, the last kaowa post 
office address bdaf: 11S8 
Choreh Street, btdiaa, Pcn- 
aesylvaria. 15701. tt isw- 
d««d that dw do ^ipear 
hei« wittiin ten (10) days 
after dae puUication here- 
of, aad do lAat may be ne- 
cessary to protect her in- 
tcrwst la tMs soft. 
A copy-Teste: Joha V. 
Fefltress 

BY: J. Curtis Fruit. De- 
paty, Clwfc. 
Thomas F. Bets, Jr. 
Pemlntike Oae-Suite 525 
Virgiaia Beach, Virfiaia 
2342 



tloa. or otfeNWisedowhat 
ia aaceasary to protect his 
ta^Mt to Oris matter. 
A eopy-Teste: Joha V. 
Faatrcss, Clecfc 
»r- J- Cartto FraR, D.C. 
Tkamm F. Bets, Jr. 
Pwahrate Oae-adte 525 
Vir^aia Beach. Va. 23462 

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ORDQt OF PUBUCATION 
In the Clerk's Office of 
tiw Circuit Court of the 
Ctty 01 Virginia Beaift. VA, 
on the l$th (toy of October, 
1976. 

James Richard Rowe, 
Plaiatifl, 



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ORDER 
Vn^INIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
•raE CmCUlT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VntGDOA 
BEACH, ON THE STH DAY 
OF IKtVEMBER. 1976. 
Ia re: JtA^tloa <tf Loren 
aMaArmstroog 
Br I'es J«dm LeClsir and 
Patricia Sue LeClair 
Petitioners 

To: Samuel Robert Arm- 
strong 

3750 Baysidewalk; A|«. 2 
Saa Diego, California 



In Chancery 

#C76-n30 
This day came Les John 
LeCIair and Patricia Sue 
LeClair, Petitioners, and 
rqaresented that the object 
of this proceedii^ is to ef- 
fect the adoption of the 
above named infant, Loren 
Shea Armstrong, by Les 

wife, and affidavit having 
ben made and filed that 
Samuel Robert Armstrong, 
a natural parent of said 
child, is a non-resideht 
of the State of Virginia, 
Oie last known post office 
address being: 3750 Bay- 
side walk. Apt. 2. San Diego 
Calllbmia R is therefore 
Ordered thattte saidSam- 
nel Robert Armstrong ap- 
pear before this Court 
within ten (10) days after 
poblication of this Order 
and indicate his attitude 
toward the proposed adop- 
tltm, or otherwise do what 
is necessary to protect his 
interest in this matter. 
A copy-TMte: John V. 
Fentress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtis Fruit. D.C. 
Thomas B. Shuttleworth 
211 PembnAe Three 
Virginia Beach. Va. 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: W THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF 
THE CmCUIT COURT OF 
THE CITY OF VIRGINU 
BEACH, as THE 3rd 
DAY OFNOVEMBER,1976. 
In re: Addition of Miclael 
Jos^ KeUy, an in&id, who 
Joins in said Petition ex- 
pressii^E his consent to the 
adoption 

By: Fred Hal Fleming and 
Eliiabeth Mae Fleming 
Petttionere 

TO: Martin Patrick KeUy 
1819 Butler Circle, County 
of Onslow 
Midway Park, NC 

In Chancery 
iC76-13l7 
This day came Fred Hal 
Flemiiv and Elisabeth Mae 
Fleming, Petitioners, and 
rapresented that Oie object 
of this proceeding U to 
efled the adoptton 01 the 
above named tafutf.Midk- 
ad Josqih K^y, by Fred 
Hal riraung aad Eiuaoetn 
Mae Fleming, tasbaad and 
wtte, and affidavit having 
be« made aad fUed that 
Martin Patrick KeUy, a 
natural par^ of said child 
is a noB-rwMent (tf the 
^te of Virginia, the laM 
kaown post (dflce address 

betaig: 1819 Butler Circle, 
C(»nty of Ctaslow, Midway 
Pait, North Carolina It 
is ther^re Ordwed ttat 
the said Martin ^trick 
K^y appar before this 
Qwrt wtthin tn (10) days 
after pddieationoftUsOr- 
ter aad indicate his attitude 
tomati the iHtipMed adiv- 



(XtDOt OF PUBUCATKM 

b tht a«rs CMSce of the 

C^<^ Coart of the Ctty 

of V&iiaia Beadi, VA. oa 

the 1st day of November, 

1971. 

Stoptaa WlUiam Haley, 

Platotlff. 

agaiast 

Dalea Fmbes Haley, 

Defeadaat. 

The object of this suit 
is to oUaia a divorce a 
measa ct thoro or a ria- 
cnlo BBtrianaii from Oe 
said detaadant, apoa tte 
frouBds of desertioa udor 
aduttoy stoce Decenriier 
1,1975. 

Aad aa affidavtt having 
been made aad filed that 
the defeadaat to a aoa- 
resideat of theStateolVir- 
gtaia, the last known post 
office address being: Rt. 
2. Box 1596. CrestweU. 
North Carolina. 27928 tt is 
otdenMl that she do »n^ 
pear Eere wtthia tea (10) 
days after dae pidiUeafioo 
hereof, aad do idiat maybe 
aecessary to protect her 
interest to this suit. 
A aqqr-Teste: John V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtis Frutt, De- 
puty, Clerk. 
Robert Epsteto 
Holiday tan Scope 
SutteSU 
Norfolk, VA 23510 

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mOER OF PUBUCAnON 
In the Cleric's Office of the 
Circatt Court of the Ctty 
of Virginia Beach, VA, on 
the 4th day (rf November 

LfilvTDa Hart- 



SBOfl CAUSE ORDER 

VntCnflA: Of THE 

CntCUTT COURT OF THE 

CITY OF VntGINU BEACH 

Nov. 9, 1976 

IN fVB MATTER OF THE 

ESTATE 

OF FANNIE L. LUNDY, 

IffiCEASED 



CPH368 



R vpearing thatareport 
ol the amount of Battle V. 
M^is, Administratrix of 
yw estate of Famie L. 
Laady. deceased, aad of the 

^'IsMs aad demaads against 
her estate have been tiled 
to the Clerk's Office, aad 
ttat six months have elap- 
sed since the qualification, 
oa motioa of Hattie V. 
iawto. Administratrix, it 

ji$ ORDERED that Uie cre- 
dttors of , and all others 
taterested in the estate, 
do show cause, if any they 
can. oa the 29th day of 
HovoDber. 1976, at 9:00 
a.m. before this Court at 



Rs ooartroom against the 

eymot and delivery of 
t estate of Fannie L. 
Luady, deceased, to the 
distoibutees without re - 
quiring a refunding bond, 
tt is ORDERED that a 
aopy of this Order shall 
be pablished once a we^ 
lor two successive weda 
to the Virginia Beach Sun. 
A Copf Teste: John V. 
Fentress 
Howard L Legum 
Fine. Fine. Legum k Fine 
TtO Law Bi^diqE 
Norfolk. VirginU 23510 

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Plaintiff. 

a^inst 

Mttd Edward Hartman, 

Defendant. 

The object of tUs sutt 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vtoeulo matrimoaii fran 
the said defendairt. upon the 
fronads of oae yearsq>- 
arattoa. 

And an affidavtt having 
been made and ffied that 
the ddendaat to a non-re- 
sidMt of the State of Vir- 
finia, tin last known post 
(^ce uMress bei«: R. D. 
M. Ctty of Bedford, State 
ot Pennsylvaato, tt to or- 
dered that he do apftear 
here wtthto ten (10) days 
after due ptddicatlon here- 
of , and do what may be ne- 
cessary to protect Us 
toterrat to thto suit. 
A «wy-Teste: Jtdm V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Frutt. De- 
prty. Clerk. 
Sadn, &eks 4 Tavss 
MS F & M NatiWHa But 
Ndf. 
Norfolk. Vlrfinto 23510 

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ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to the Cleric's Office of the 

Clrcutt Court of the Ctty 

of Virginia Beach, VA, on 

the 9tb day of November, 

1976. 

Ronald W. Phillips, 

Platotlff. 

against 

Janice Lee Philip, 

Defendant. 

The <AJect of Uiis suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
vtoeulo matrimniii from ' 
the said defendant, upon 
the grounds of sqiaratiai 
tor a period cS Ume to 
excess vd one year. 

And an affidavtt tavtog ^ 
been made and filed that 
due diligence has beea us- * 
ed by or to behalf of tte 
Comidatoant to ascertato 
to which county or cor- 
poration the defendant to, 
withoitt effect, tte last 
kaown post office address 
being: 2235B Greeawell 
Ri»d, Virginto Brach, VA. 
it is ordered that ^e do 
appear here withto tM (10) ' 
days ^er dm pdftUcattan 
tereof, and do wtat mayte 
necessary to protect Im 
interest to thU sutt. 
A cqqr-Terte: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
p«ky Clerk 

Hollaitoy, toman 4 Olivieri 
&ilte 211, Pembroke Pour 
BMg. 
Virginto Beadi. VA 23«2 

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Vlrgiato, tte last knowa 
post office addreas hdJaf: 
vii Lavaadn- Laae. Vir- 
ftoto Beach. VirgiBto. tte 
Coaqilaiaaat to ascertato 
to which eoMty. or (toe di- 
Ufoice tevtog beea used 
by or to behalf of Cor- 
poiatioa Uw defeadaat to. 
wtthout effect. 

R to ttereiore Ordered 
thrt tte said ROBERT 
KENNSn WHITBECK. 91 
appear before ttto Court 
wttUa tea (10) days after 
tHJMifatJ"'' of thto Order 
aad todieate hto attitude 
toward tte propoced adop- 
tioa. or otterwtoe do what 
to aecessary to iHoted hto 
iatwest to Uito matto-. 
A copy terte: Jote V. 
Featress, aerie 
By: J. Curtto Fratt D.C. 
Richard 8. Classu' 
S04 Plasa One BaUdtag 
Norfolk, Vlrgiato. 23510 

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jvmg:»sios 
_ __ jmrfc's oi^'Qf tte 
&mA Coart of tte Ctty 
of Vlrgiato Beach, VA. on' 
tte 4lh day of Novoater. 
1976. 

Omrles A. Cole. 
Ptototifl, 
against 
June M. Cole, 
Defendant. 

Tte objed of thto sutt to 
to obtato a divorce a men- 
sa et ttero from tte said 
defHidant. gponUwgronnds 

^pf desertion. 

.F Aad an affidavtt tevtog 
been mute and ffled ttat 
tte defendant to a non-re- 
sident of tte Strteitf Vir- 
ginto, tte last known post 
office address being: 1420 



SrdAvemie, N.E.,Monttrto 
Georgto. tt to ordered ttet 
ste do appear tere wtthto 
ten (10) days after due pob- 
Ucation tereof, aaddowtet 
may te aecessary to foo- 
ted ter interest to thto 
suit. 

A copy-Teste: Joha V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Cartto Frutt, De- 
' puty Cleric. 
Brydges. als atty 
1369 Uskto Road 
^ Virginto Baa<^ VA 
23451 

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ORDER 
VIRGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 

CITY OFVffiGINUBEACH 
ON THE 21st DAY OF OCT- 
OBER, 1976. 

to re: Adoption of IK>BERT 
KENNETH IWITBECK.JR. 
By: JUMIE DALE SUM- 
MERHILL AND DIANE 
PERRY SnCMERHILL 
Petitioners 

To: Vbdbott Kenneth Whit- 
beck, Sr. 

420 Lavender Lane 
Virginto Beach, Virginto 
to Chancery 
C-76-1602 
This day came JIMMIE 
DALE ^niMERHILL and 
DIANE PERRY SUMMER- 
HILL, Petitloaers, aad re- 
preseated ttet tte oi^ed 
of this proceedtog to to tf - 
ted tte taoiam of tte 
above named iatont, 
ROBERT KENNETH 
WHITBECK, JR. te JIM- 
MIE DALE SUMMBRmLL 
and DIANE PERRY SUM- 
MERHILL, husband and 
wife, and affidavtt tevinr 
ben made and IDed ttet 
ROBERT KENNETH 

WHITBECK, SR., a utanl 
perert ot said ^iU, is a 
Mw-residot erf tte SMatt 



(HtDER 
VOtGOOA: n THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 
cmr OF vntGHOA 

BEA(». ONTHESttDAY 

OF Novemter. 1976. 

to re: Adivtioa of Barrie 

Lee HaasoB, Jr. 

By: Helmick J. Beatoo. et 

ax 

Pettttoaers 

To: Barry Hanson 

1917 Varanm Street 

Landover HUto, Maryland 

to Chancery 

•C76-M3 
Thto day came Helmick 
J. Benton and Debra Lee 
Benton, Petttioners, and 
i^iresented ttet tte object 
of thto proceediag to to 
etted tte adoptton of tte 
above named intont, Barrie 
Lee Hanson. Jr., by Hel- 
MA J. Beaton and Debn 
Lee Benton, husband and 
wife, and affidavtt teviag 
been made and ffied ttet 
Barry Hanson, a natural 

rwt of said child, 
a non-resident of tte 
Ststc ol Virginto, tte last 
known post office address 

tetor. HP VarawaStraet, ! 
Laadovel* Hllto. Marytond 

n to ther^re Ordered ttet 
tte said Barry Hanson ap- 
pear before thto Court 
wtthto tan (10) days after 
pobUcatioa ot thto Order 
aad indicate hto attttnde 
toward tte ivoposed adi^- 
' tton, or otten^sedowtet. 
to necessary to proted hto 
interest to thto matter. 
A eopy-Teste: Jote V. 
Foitress, Clerk 
By: J. Curtto Frutt, D.C. 
Al t^i S. Mirman 
1106 First 4 Merchants 
BankBIdg. 
Norfolk, Virginto 23S14 

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(XCDER OFPUBUCATK)N 

to tte Clerk's Office Of tte 

Circuit Court of tte Ctty 

of Vlrgiida Bea(di, VA, on 

tte In day of Novemter, 

1976. 

Patrleto Ann Helms, 

Ptolntitf, 

agalaat 

Gerald David Helms, 



Tte object ef ttto srit 
to to oMato a dtworee a 
vtoeato MtotoHnU from 
tte saM dslindut. apoa tte 
CTonris et one fl) year 

Of an affldavft teviag 
baoa made aad filed ttet 
tte dslwlaat to a aoa-re- 
iddsnt of tte State of Vir- 
Ctato. tte la^ kaowa poet 
office address btiag: 1921 
Banter. Kaasas Ctty, Kan- 
sas, tt toordered ttet ste 
da sppaar hwe wtthto ten 
(10) days aftwdaapritUea- 
ttoa hMwof . aad do wtet 
■ay te aecessary to |vo- 
tect ter iaterest to thto 
sutt. 

A copf-Teste: Jote V. 
Featress 

By: J. Curtto Fratt, De- 
paty. Clerk. 
Brace B.MlUs 
41« Vlrgiida Beach Bou- 
levard 
Viigiato Beach. VA 23452 



office addTMa beiag: Route 
1, CUo. Atotema. tt to 
Mdered ttet ste do appear 
here wtthto tea (10) days 
after dae pridicatioa tere- 
of. uul do wtet may te 
asMaaary to prated ter 
inlerat to thto sutt. 
A coiqr-Teste: Jote V. 
Featress 

BY: J. Cartto Frutt, De- 
paty, Clerk. 
Rlcterd D. Mottox 
P.O. Box 968 
Portomoatt, Virginto 
23705 



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Tte ol4ed of thto suit 
to to obtato a dlvoree a 
vtoeulo matrimonii from 
tte said d^mdant, upon 
tte grounds oi separation 
to excess of one year. 

Aad aa affidavtt teving 
been mwto and ffied ttet 
tte defendant due diliCM- 
ea has been used by or to 
nahalf of tte Compialaant 
to ascertato to which coun- 
ty or corporation tte de- 
tandsnt to, wtthoat efied, 
tte last known post office 
address bdng: 792 Cnpt 
Myrtle Lane, Vlrgtola 
Bea(di, VA tt to ordered 
thrt te do appear tere 
wtthto tea (10) daya after 
dae paUieatloB tereof, aad 
do what may te necessary 
to iffotod hto interest to 
tttosatt. 

A copy-Tote: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Fratt, De- 
puty. Clerk. 
Rhodes 4 Watson 
228 N. Lymteven Road 
Virginto Beach. Va. 

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ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 

to tte Clerk's OffiM of tte 

OnM Court ot tte Ctty 

td Vlrgiato Bea^, VA. on 

tte Srd day of Ntvaniwr, 

1976. 

Ednrd Ray Dii&ersoe, 

Ptoiatift, 

sgatast 

Jaael Marie Didtersoa. 



(ffiDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circatt Court of the City 

of Viniiria Beach. VA, on 

tte mh day of Novemter, 

1976. 

Geoifianna Miller Comito, 

Plaiatltf, 

against 

Vincent (NMN) C(Hnito, 

Defendant.. 



Ite objed of thto sutt 
to to obtato a dlvoree a 
vinculo matrimonii frtan 
tte said defendant, mm tte 
grounds of desertion. 

And u affidavit teving 
been made and filed ttet 
tte defendant to a aon-re- 
stdeat of tte Sate of Vir- 
ginto. tte last known post 
office address being: 27 E. 
Central Avenue. PaoU, 
Pennsylvaato. tt toordered 
ttet te do appear tere witt- 
to ten (10) (toys after due 
pidtlication tereof. and do 
udiat nuy te necessary to 
protect hto interest in thto 
suit. 



Jote V. 



ORDER OF PUBLICATION 

to tte Clerk's Office ot 

tte Circrit Court of tte 

Ctty of Virginto Beadi, Va. 

oa tte »a day (tf Od(>ter. 

1976. 

Gary Jacksoa Lucas. 

Ptoiatift, 

against 

Roterta EUen Lucas, 

Defendant. 

Tte objed of this suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from tte 
said defentaat, upon tte 
Rounds of desertioB. 

And aa affidavtt teving 
been made aad filed ttet 
tte (tofendant to a non-re- 
sident ot tte Stoto ot Virr 
^nto, tte tost known post 
office address teing: 119 
aanwto Street, Rome, New 
York, 13440. tt to ordered 
ttet ste do appear tere 
wtthto ten (10) days after 
due pidbllcation tereof, aad 
do irimt may te necessary 
to proted her Merest to 
thtosatt. 

A coiqr-Taste: Jote V. 
riatrnm 

BY: J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
puty derk. 
Osie H. <ky, Jr. 
2871 Hlver Road 
Vlifiila BeaiA, Virginto 
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A c(W-Teste: 
Fentress 

By: J. Curtto Fruit, De- 
puty, Qeit. 
Phil^ H. Myers 
1600 East UtUe Cre^ Rd. 
Norfolk, Virginto M518 v.- .,.««. - - 



to Chancery 

C 76- 1683 
VntGINIA: IN THE 
CLERK'S OFFICE OF THE 

cmcurr court of the 
cmr OF vmGonA beach 

ON THE 22 DAY OF OCT- 
OBER, 1976. 

to re: AdoptiMi of Mictelle 
Dawn Foss 

By: DavU Wllltom Baker 
aad Christiae Sue Baker, 
Petittoaen 
TO: Mr. Nick Beesaw 
B(Milder Aveime 
C(>|prado brings, Color- 



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(XtDER OF PUBUCATION 

to tte Clerk's Office of tte 

Circuit Court of tte City 

of Virginto Beach, VA, on 

tte 8tt day of Novemter, 

1976. 

Stephanie Tu^er Hancock 

Platotlff, 

against 

Cterles Hamlto Hancock, 

m. 

Defendant. 



Tte objed of this sutt 
to to obtato a divorce a 
vtoeulo matrimonii from 
tte said defendant, qion tte 
groimds of sqiaration. 

And an affidavit teving 
been made and ffied ttet 
tte defendant to a non-re- 
sident of tte State of Vir- 
ginia, tte tost known oost 



OtHce address telog: P.O. 
Box 735, Nags Head, North 
Carolina, U is ordered 
ttet te do appear tere 
wtthto tea (10) days after 
due pubUeatioo tereof, and 
do wtet may te aecessary 
to proted his toterest to 
this suit. 

A e(9y-Teste: Jote V. 
Fentress 

By: J. Cartto Fruit, De- 
puty, Clerk 
Mahler 4 Caw 
2224 No. Great Neck Road 
Virginto Boadi, VA 234S1 

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William Baker and Chris- 
tine Sue Baker, Petitioners 
aad rqiresented ttet tte 
object of this proceeding 
to to effed tte adoption 
(tf tte ateve named Infant 
Mi^eUe Dawn Foss, by 
Oayld WiUtom Baker and 
Christtoe Sue Bater, hus- 
band and wife, and affi- 
davtt teving been made and 
filed ttet Nick Beesaw, a 
natural parent of said child 
Is a non-resident of tte 
Stole of Vlrgtaito, tte last 
known post office address 
tetog: Boulder Avenue, Co- 
lorado ^Ings, Colorado 
80900 R to therefore Or- 
dered ttet tte said Nick 
Beesaw appear before thto 
Court wtthin ten (10) days 
after poblication of this 
Order and indicate his/ 
attttude toward tte pro- 
posed adoption, or other- 
wtoe do wtet Is necessary 
to proted his toterest to 
ttls matter. 
A copy teste: 

J(An V. Fentress, Clerk 
Bf: J. Curtto Fruit D.C. 
Thomas H. Cave 
MAHLER 4 CAVE 
2224 Nortt Great Neck Rd. 
Virginto Beach, Virginto 
23«1 



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ORDER OF PUBUCATK)N 

to tte Clerk's Office Of tte 

Circatt Court of tte City 

of Vlrgtoto Baa^, Va., on 

tte nUi day of Odoter, 

1976. 

Rlcterd EUlott Massen- 

tare, 

PWntlfl, 

agaln^ 

Rd» Jean Herrii« Mas- 

•ertarg, 

Defeadaat. 

Tte objed of ttto suit 
is to obtato a divorce a 
mensa et thoro from tte 
said d^endant, qxn Um 
groaato ot desertion on 
tte part of tte (tofemtant. 

And aa affidavtt teving 
boM made and filed ttet 
tte drfenAat to a aoa-re- 
shtoat of tte State of Vir- 
ginto, tte last known p(»t 



ORDER OF PUBUCATION 

In tte Cleric's Office of the 

Clrcutt Court of tte Ctty 

ot Virginto Beach, VA., 

ontte29tiidayofOd(^r, 

1976. 

Jote Baittolomew Rodri- 

flaes, 

Mntlfl, 

against 

SrolMae Rodricpies, 

DataMiaiit. 

Ite objed of this suit Is 
to obtato a divorce a vto- 
eulo matrimonii from tte 
saU i^ndant, upon tte 
gnxaids of desertton. 

iUid an affidavtt tevtog 
been made aad filed ttet 
tte defendant to a non-re- 
sUeid of tte Stoto id Vir- 
finia, tte last known post 
office address beiw: 546- 
m Street, last ^rtt - 
port. New Tortt. 11731 tt 
tt to ordwod ttiM ste do 
anwar here wtthto tea (10) 
^ after due paUleatloa 
tereof, and do what may 
te aecMsanr topreted ter 
iaterest to thto sutt. 
A oopy-T«rte: Jote V. Fea- 
tress 
BY; J. Curtto Frutt, De- 

KTf, Cleit. 
vid R.Adams 
P. 0. Bn 3434 
Norfolk, Va. 



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WHITE MALE German 
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black mother cat and kit- 
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480-2738 



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ADORABLE bUck kitten. 
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DOG tree to good borne. 
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male 3 yr. old pure-bred 
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FIVE pqipies free. Five 
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Private l»««der wiU give 
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BUY, seU, trade. SuppUes 
20% off, state appraisals. 
Vl^inia Beach's com - 
plate coin, add stamp shop 
BUI BuU, 1516 Thorough- 
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2121. 



SEWING and alterations. 
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6-AatoaMHlaa tor Sale 



MONTE CARLOS- 1976's. 
Low mUeage, exceUent 
condition, and in several 
colors. 14375. Call Amer- 
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1975 VEGAS-Hatchback. 
Automatic, air condition- 
ing. 31750. CaU American 
iBtemational Rent A Carat 
855-1921 



1973 VW Super BeeUe-new 
engine approximately 6,000 
mfles, AM/FM 6 track 
stereo, excellent condition. 
31900. CaU 421-2647 or 
467-6157. 

FORD-Club Wagon, 1974, 
excellent condition, custom 
package . $4300. Call 
Amenean International 
Rent A Car at 855-1921 



FORD- 1959, body, interior 
tine. Needs minor work, 
best offer. Call 487-3888. 



1970 Nova. 4 Door, V-8, 
307 engine. Automatic, ra- 
dio, power steering, fac- 
tory . air, blue. ExceUent 
shape. Best offer. CaU Mr. 
CUrke-446-3388, or 340- 
4528. 



CUTLASS SUPREMES- 
1976's. Low mUeageexcel- 
lent condition and in sev- 
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American International 
Rent A Car at 855-1921 



1974 Vega GT hatchback. 
Automatic, factory alr,ra- 
dio, yeUow, A-1 condition. 
CaU Mr. Clarke, 486-3388 
or 340-4528. 



1973 DODGE Charger-SE, 
318, factory air, needs body 
repair and tires. 81500. 
CaU 588-3370. 



DATSUN-1976, 710 SUtion 
Wagon, stiU under warran- 
ty, air condltiooing, auto- 
matic transmission, AM/ 

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Aik for Mr. Blidsbair.' 



1970 CHEVY IMPALA-4 door 
hardtop, fUUy equiped, air 
conditioning, low mUeage, 
exceUent condition. $1200. 
CaU 484-8513. 



1972 CAMARO-350 RaUye 
Sport, V-8, SpoUer, steel 
bdted radials, recent paint 
Job. $2,175. Call 422-4344 
or 490-1281. 



1969 CHEVELLE MALIBU- 
V-8, automatic, power steer- 
ing, new tires, paint, shocks, 
i^holstery and exhaust. Just 
Inspected. ExceUent condi- 
tion. $1195. or best offer. 
CaU 499-6042 ask tor Al, 
after 6 eaU 482-4568. 



6-Automoblles tor Sato 



FMtD 
1974 Bronco 

Like, new, one owner, low 

■Ueate. $8898 

BAYSIDE MOTORS 

4747 SaaSLi DRIVE 

Ta. Beach 

464-4563 460-1050 



1970 MUSTANG Grande - 
302- V-8 engine. Low mU- 
eage, dark green witb black 
vinyl top. Air conditioning 
new carpet and tires. Ex- 
ceUent condition tor $1295 
CaU 421-2847 or 487-6157. 



1971 CHEVROLET -2 door 
Chevelle Malibu. Air condi- 
tioning, AM/FM vinyl roof, 
RaUye wheels, Polyglass 
tires, power steering. $1600. 
CaU 482-1687. 

1974 PINTO Hatcbback-2300 
cc engine, air conditioning, 
and radial tires. $2250. Call 
547-2338. 

REACH THE PEOPLE 
LOOKING for you! Advertise 
auto services with want ads. 
Call 547-4571 today. 



GRAND PRDCS-1976's. 
Low mUeage, exceUent 
condition, several colors. 
CaU American Internation- 
al Rent A Car at 855-1921 



7-Tr«ek«-TraUers-Jeeps 



Camper SheU-white al - 
uminum 8 FT. ExceUent 
condition cost brand new 
$200.00 asking $150.00 
428-8080 



9-Motorcyetos-Scootors 



IDNDA-1976,CB550F, su- 
per sport, 7 months, 4700 
miles, $1200. Call 461 - 
2406. 

HONDA - 550, 1976, 3300 
miles, excellent condition, 
many extras. $1300. CaU 
499-0721. 



HARLEY DAVIDSON - 1976 
XLH - 1000 Sportster, 
$3000. Call 486-0362. 



10-Alrcrafl fW Sato, Parts 



1961 Super V. -twin, full 
IFR, 1400 hours total. New 
paint, new interior, Call 
Mr. Parnsh at 480-1652. 



U-BMtSjMarin^up^ies 



SANDBLASTING - Boat 
TraUers and Machinery. 
Free Estimates. White- 
burst, Blassingbam Corp., 
403 W. 24Ul St., NorioU, 
627-2396. 



SECRETARY - Insurance 
Company. Good per- 
sonaUty. Part - Ume. 
Preferred high school gra- 
duate or college student. 
CaU Cindy at 547-2500, 
Monday, Wednesday or 
Friday. 

COSMETICS* - a Marshall 
Field famUy owned com- 
pany is expanding In Va. 
Field Creations Inc. Part- 
time consultants needed. 
Possible to earn $100- 
$175. Commission sales. 
Seixl name, address, and 
telephone number to: Box 
1327, C/O Chesapeake 
Post, Cnesapeake, Va., 
23320. "SmaU investment 
needed." 



HELP WANTED - Insur- 
ance sales, no debit, need 
sales people looking for a 
rewarding 'career with one 
of the larger insurance 
companies in America. 
CaU 397-7061. 

Help wanted- women wlUing 
to work and learn. For inter-' 
view caU 420-1378. 



KODAK DISTRIBUTOR POLAROID 

EVEREADY Wanted holson 

WESTINQHOUSE ALBUMS 

MivMual, Male or Female, needed Ml or parl-llma to dlt- 
Mbirte world lamout Kodak fUm and other photo products 
through company eataMlahad locailoni. Make ihit your 
ywr for independence. SMSS-OO Invetlmant. Quarahteed 12 
month merchandiae rapurcheaa agreement. 
CALL llr.Martln(ToHfra41-«IM4(-1»Ma'Ca«ect*t144ae-ini 
toendey to Friday, t am to S p.*. • Set S a.m. 10 1 p*. lAT. 

OrWiHe: FIRESTONE PHOTO CO^ 

. nRtaroNamNLiMNa- SINCE it«s 

* 1t2N.MSL.ColHmbM,0Me48l16 



DISTRICT MANAGER 

R«tfar«d Poraon 
or Housewife 

If you have 1S-20 hours free each 
week and enjoy working wl«i ymfng 
people, this could be Sie right job 
for you. ReepeMibilities include: 
Disto-ibution of w ew s pa para and sup- 
•i>vision of approximately SSyoung- 
•tera. The rigM applicwit should 
have a ca^. be socially {nclined and 
poiMas a good knewtedoe of the 
BMdiarea. A good atwIlngMlary 
and training Vrnr»«*»^J>^St^- 
Call Mr. Brown at 4SS-S4W for 
appointment and interview. 




13-HelpWanM 



EARN $500 or more per 
month, part-time, for men 
and women who enjoy direct 
sales. No territory, no quo- 
ta. 420-0977 

EARN $80 weekly at home 
in spare time addressing 
envelopes Information: 
Rush: 25( and sUmped en- 
velope to: H. Smith, Box; 
170A, Red Oak, VirglnU 
23964. 



U-P^^M 



X-MASOPENMG 

Can earn $200 week, com- 
missions plus fringe bene- 
fits based on volume 
in speciality sales in our 
outside order department. 
Phone 480-1869 between 9 
am to 3 pm. 



BABYSITTING - My home. 
Princess Anne Plata. Call 
340-4201. 



CHILD BOARDING - In my 
home. Wedc, month or 
year. Call S87-88S9. 



GETTING your FCC radio- 
telephone license? Lrt tae . _, 
he^ you, as I have helped ^ 
oUers. Call 490-8880 • 
Jerry Lund, 8r. . 



81-Prlvate hs^a cttoe 

wmmmmmmmmmmm 

INSTRUCTION CLASSES 
Nurses Afates - OrderUes- 
Oak HIU Medical Training 
School, Great Bridge. 547- 
5156. 



COMPANION -Uve- in tor 
elderly patient. Light 
housekeeping and cooking. 
Pleaaant surroundings. 
Great Bridge area. CaU 
547-3669. 



PRODUCTION MANAGER- 
A - Most have experience 
in production scheduling 
and planniag. B -WUl have 
decision making responsl- 
bUities. C - Salaried, Li- 
beral Benefits, FuU Time 
employment, D - Send re- 
sume to ASTER NUT PRO- 
DUCTS INC. P.O. Box 125 
Boykins, Va. 23827. 



HELP WANTED - Exper- 
ienced person to kiU and 
dress 20 ducks at $1.00 a 
duck. CaU 421-7249 after 
6 p.m. 



EARN extra money at home 
addressing and stuffing en- 
velopes. Send self address- 
ed stamped envelope for 
fUU detaUs to FR MaUs, 
Box 333, HoUister, FU. 
32047. 



FOOD PROCESSORS - A- 
Would Uke experienced 
peojde, but am wUling to 
train. B - Job entails cook- 
ing and roasting peanuts. 
C - WUling to work on a 
permanent night shift 3:30 
pm to 12 midnlgM. D - 
Good wages, fuU time em- 
ployment. E - Call ASTER 
NUT PRODUCTS INC. 804- 
654-9411. 



»:-»:v:«'{'»>w->x«'«'»x-».x 
Honsewives and Stndents 
over 18-Eam $75 per week 
for 3 nights work-3hrs. per 
night. 
SeUlng Jewelry 
Gifts Servlae pieeee 



A. GUY HALL, JR. 

Degree la piano, organ and 
music education, i* 
accepting a limited num- 
ber of students. CaU 548- 
0915 from 4 to 7 p.m. 



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IF YOU HAVE THE KNOW- ■"'" 
HOW, Want Ada have, the '»* 
job. Check now! 



GUITAR, Banjo, piano, or- 
gan and drum lessons. Pri- 
vate or group instruction. 
Beginners and advanced. 
Accredited teachers in 
Churehland, Va. Beach and 
NortoUt areas. CaU 420- 
4922, if no answer 588 - 
5603. 



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CoppeiCnil 486-3510 

Gufld For Interview 



PRODUCTION SUPER- 
VISOR - A - Most have 
experience in sqMrvlsing 
prodncUon Une operation. 
B - Would Uke soperviscr 
to have some mechanical 
abUity. C - WUUw towork 
on a permanent night shift 
3:30 pm to 12 midnight. 
D - Good wages, liberal 
benefits, faU time employ- 
ment. E - Send resume to 
ASTER NUT PRODUCTS 
WC. P.O. Box 125 Bo^ins 
Va. 23827. 



SECURITY GUARD-Tide- 
water Equipment Corp. 
CaU 547-2181. An equal 
opportunity employer. 



14-Posltleas Waated 

BABYSITTING - My home. 
Fenced yard, Uiree year old 
playmate. Reasonable 
rates. Edgefield, Church- 
land area. Call 484-2580. 



ST. BERNARD puHiies- 
AKC registered. Shots and .,-■ 
wormed. Females and -^ 
males. Six weeks old. $150. 
CaU 485-2896 after 4 p.m. ■ 

PO(»LES - rare bUck .< 
standard, 7 weeks old, AKC 
registered, shots/worm- 
ed/cUpped. $125.00 each. 1 
CaU 657-4060. 



SUMESE Kittens -8 weeks 
old, show quaUty register- 
ed, 5 re(4)0ints, 1 blue- 
point. Champion blood - 
lines, $35 and $50 each. 
CaU 568-6867. 



SAMOYED-female, 2years ;•' 

old, white, hmue broken, ■'< 

repstered with papers, >' 

shots, chanqkton brafd. >'"<- 
Best offer. CaU 461 -l92. 

AKC . niaigiasdi wnMija 

Puppies - Champion bloooyT 
line. WUl hold for ChrUt->'\^ 
mas. CaU 484-6285. ' 



BOKER PUPS- 7 weeks., .'. 

AKC registered. Champion 't- 

blood line, 2 males and 3 . .. 
females, fawn and filwn 

white. $200. CaU 428-8660 'j-;. 

SHETLAND Sheep pop- 3 •{!> 

monUis old, female, regis- 7* 

tered, diamplon blood line, - *5 

sable and white, aU sboto, !f< 

best otter, CaU 487-2489. -'>f 

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PEKmESE-2 females and 1:^J^ 
male. 7 weeks old. Papers; , 
shots and wormed. $75. each. ' * 
CaU Wtaidsor Va. 242-6708 ' ' 
or Chesapeake 545-0788. , 

ST. BERNARD - mate 1 ."> 
'year old. $35. Pobdtes - ..t^, 
apricot, male/female ^rt> 
shots, 2 years ola, house ,,4,^ 
trained. $25. each. Tower 
MaU area. Call 488-6673. 



SIBERIAN HUSKY - AKC 
registered, 11 monUis old, 
sUver, Mack and white, Ex- 
ceUent stud qualities, obe- 
dience training, all the ex- 
tras included. Gall 427- 
3786. 



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tor your tabloid size newspaper. We print newqwpers 
lit ooUeges, hi^ schools, military bases, chnrcbes, 
aaybody who wants a professional sHtxhict. 

Qialtty, low lurice, ci^ftsmanahip. If that's what 
you're kwUng tor, then we're the printers tor.iyau. 
Comiriete typesetting faculties. 



CRCULAR PRMTING 



Whatever yon may need for yoor business, (bur 
pages or 24 pages, color, composition, speedy service.. 
we do the K>h! An advertlsiig circular makes an im- 
pression. Be sure your reflects the image yon want 
to project. It's something we can help you with. CaU 
us tor estimates, no obligation. 



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carrier systems, lo^ksr wilh lBs«rtta| taoorhoaae- 
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POODLES 

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SEAKS-Porttbto Kemnore 
Disbwuber. Excellent 
coatttton, like new. Har- 
*eit told xitb dirk brown 
formica top. |l$5. Cell 
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AXTIQUE COUECTORS 
check the Want Ads weekly 
tor rare nloM. Turn back 
oowl 



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eat caU m-IOU. 



BQARIMNG KEHNEL-1 l/t 
mllu oa BaiUetiekl Blvd. 
Sntt. TraiiUol (rooming, 
aadrctnd aerviee. CaU 421- 
7411. 



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ROmO B fOO BIG or too 
snaU to atU wttli a Clas- 
aifled ad. CaM 547-4971. (Or 
quick resotts. 



PCS SALE - 1 year old 
WanttMr Piaiw coaaole. 
Paid lUOO, aiHt leU tor 
11100. QUI 4H-nQ8. 



WiUCwtoBFttYotf 
WMt ROHM litt LUXURT 
MUUPISaadTIUVEIIXK 
SODS Kiptrtly loataUedlOr 



SALE! 
AMTIQOES-rrilaialied and 
tn-the-nwih. Loads of 
(Ussware * CUoa, Just 
in. DOLLS - Bisque, 
FrMek * Ctnaao. Also 
Sbirley Tnn^es. Visit onr 
doll nxua. Come browse 
Open 7 days a week. 
MeltoD's Aptlgues 
4201 Indian River Rd. 
We buy aitfiques, estates 
* doll CollecUoBs. 420- 
Mll, 420-5117. 



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1»RA1>a|ASTElt8 



MCGUFFET SMMlcrs-aet 
of 7 tor 118.95 postpaid. 
Ervln Eoiwpdses, liac- 
Dowell, Vs., Mtfl. Pbone 
1-703-396-8207. 



FOR SALE: &Uck and white 
conaole TV, fxa Lawn- 
mower, Sears modfel, one 
yaar old. like new, |75. 
Chairbed, Simmons model, 
leather, $70. 17 cu. ft. up- 
rifM Continental freetor, 
OM year old, |200. Ou 
owner desk, bookcase 
type , child's to. Child's 
ddflorobe, |1S. CaU be- 
tween 9 am and 4 pm, 
4«l-85j^ 



GARAGE SALE-inelttdes a 
variety of Items. Located 
at 1400 Butts Station Rd. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 
14 add change 



2l-irMt»dToB»y 



CASH-For your portable 
TV, used TV 335 and up. 
Expert repair work,same 
day service, easy park - 
in( from 1:30 to 3:30 
Vottstorfs Downtown 
Portsmouth, 613 Chestnut 
St., CaU 397-4081. 



31-C«tas Sid 



NORVIEW RARE OHMS - 
Norfolk's most complete, 
buy, seU trade, buyins sU- 
ver coins, 42 Southern 
Slopping Center, Norfolk, 
853-8111. 



32-Jewelry * Watches 



For Sale 

BRACLET Watch, 14 K., 
Gold 1" wide with pear 
shape ornament and dia- 
monds on top.' Very valu- 
alrie. CaU 547-1802. 



33-CoedTMnstoEat 

f;-::7Wi";9f*^ ,,^^Ei(mi$tifm''^ Food 
; for your Areezer-discouirt 



Girc«K* 
Pounds and 

B can happen to You With 
Our Rifh Proteia Natural 
Vitamin Weight Loas Pro- 
gram. 

wiUwat exercise 
wtUnot hunger pains 
wtthoot starvation diets 
Tfeia is a Mgh protetn, an 
triHma. iNd I 
ao Chaideal 



soweii with 
addltivws. 
Meaty Back Gharaaia* if it 
dSMB't work Isr ym. 
Mutant O'Laary 



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DCHIT REED A QOOD TV 

anymore? SeU it! DUl 547- 
4571 lor a tut acting Clas- 
sified Ad. 



prices-aU top grades-caU 
Certified Food Service at 
480-1650 for iafortnation. 
We also supply freeter. 



34-Firewood 



FUlEWOOD-^dit oak. De- 
Uvered or picked uP in 
Churehland area. ^5 a 
loMl-half cord. CaU 1-357- 
4814, Isle Of Wi^ Coun- 
ty. 



FIREWOOD - mixed hard- 
wood |S0 per cord. AU Oak 
160 per cord. DeUvered 
421-379}. 



FIREWOOD-AU hardwood, 
3/4 too truck load. SpUt, de- 
Uvered and stacked. |35. CaU 
487-1652 after 6 or 1-357- 
5946 Isle of Wight County. 



GiKnr Toot owNFivn' 

Free esf* tt-H ttiatlii 
(Mde Onlag m teior - 
ofltred ty VfitiBla's iar- 
int groMf* winiitree*, 



aal trets, berry ghau, 
irape ^^ea, laMMiB - 
bf plam BlslM&rwa^ 
^MbMO Itarsarlest^ VU- 
aetbore, Tirglsia tMO. 



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FOR RENT - Furnished 
apartment, (toe bed in 
Lynnhaven area of Va. 
Beach. Walk to Bay or 
ahonring center. fl25 
month-winter rates. Mtti- 
tary weieome. No pet*. CaU 
481-»>88. 



SS-For Sals Va. MMh 



OCEANA GARDENS AREA. 
Large sto bedroom bouse 
on wooded lot, 100 x 200 
it. (pines A dogwoods). 
ForiMl Uviag room wiu 
a fireplace, dining room, 
large kitiihen with break- 
fast area. Two ftiU baths, 
scremed porch with car- 
pets. House fliUy carpeted. 
Beautiful home for 
$58,500.00 by owner. CaU 
428-3611. 



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COtONY 

HOME SITES FOR SALE 

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People ^amtag Homes 
A Custom BoUders 
SALES OFFICE. . . 
333 Provideace Rd. 

CaN 464-9317 



FLORn>A - Maii^ Coun- 
ty. 2 1/2 acre^opea. 16 
mUes southwedb^oi Ocala 
efl of Route Z0||WUlseU 
or trade tOr cotfiry pro- 
perty in TidewaM* or sur- 
roanding areaft.,CaU 1- 
804-588-0476 ; 

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COLLINGTON RARBOR- 
40x150 foot lot..feol. ten- 
nis, club bouso, boating 
and fishing. Sacrlltee. CaU 
340-8382 after 5. 



CHURCHLANO • Brandon 
Square Townhouse. 3 bed- 
room, 1:1/2 baths. Living- 
room, Duing room, nti- 
Uty. $30,500 or assume 
7 3/4 VA loan. CaU 485- 
26al work or 484-0173 af- 
ter 5. 



70-Boae 



LOT Clearing, finding. 
Demolition, Acorage 
Clearing. SmaU Or large 
Jobs. By the tifflur or Jot). 
FREE estimate (iaQ 547- 
1802. 




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MAIL TO: BYERLY PUBLICATIONS, P.O. BOX 1327 

CHESAPEAKE, VA. 23320 

O.K. hometown newspaper, I've been reeding ^ut how your newspapers 
sell, rent, find and inform with classified ads. 




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Ricardo, Inc. 

SERVRK CHESAPEAKE 




HOME 
SERVICES 



ntDDStRIALa 
COIKTROCnON 
EQUIPMENT RENTAL 

'air compressors 

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* 4333Bainbfldg»Blvd 

NORMAN DEAN: MGR. 



.Air Convraisors 
.Space ni^rs 
.Chain Sm 
.Welderc < 
.ForkUfts 
Craaes 
.Pumps 

543-5723 



Mrs. IroBS LoidDrd 



We happy to aaoo MWs Mrs. 
Irene Laxford is now u- 
sodatod wUh ow firm. She 
invites her many friends 
and cUeots to eaU or visit 
her in her new locstiao. 

Pleue feel tree to caU 
her anytime for tree ea- 
lalos eo the value of 
yoor property or any real 
Mlate service. 

WE COVER CHESAPEAKE 

RICARDO, nc. 
REALTORS 
351 JO^TOWN RD. 
CRBSAPEm. VA. 23320 

■Of THE HEART OF 
GREAT BRIDGE' 
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BL^UCK 
BROTHERS 

Builders 

Home Improvemoits 
Contractors 
Garage Builders 
Room Addtttons 
Aluminum Siding 
Roofs - Carports 
Kitchen RemodeUng 

CALL ANYTIME 
545-7318 

Hugh E. Black, Sr. 
1800 Park Avenue 
Ches^ieake, Va. 



PIANO tuning and repair 
Player pianos also re- 
paired. Old piano ii^eeU- 

CaH 486-59 1Q 



E. D. THOMPSON 

CottincUng 6». 

SPECIAIJI 

RomodaUi6\i 

$2995 



RO(MI ADDiTR>NS 
KITCHEN REMWELING 
*AU atsas a( garagoa and 
attached garagof. 

or mmBTTpeau . 

Ceramic TOe, Rrick, A 
Uoekworfc 

We specialiae m 
HooM Improvements! 



RK BLACK 

Borne ImproveoMot Co. 
I 99-8W 9 397-7178 
AmriME EVENINGS 



HOUSEWORK GOT YOU 
DOWN? 

General cleaning, steam 
extrai^on carpet clean- 
ing, floor wai^ and 
stripirtng, window cleaning, 
carpet and upholstery 
shampooing. Bonded and 
Insured. 

FREE ESTDMTE. CsU 

DOMESnCARE at 485- 

1971 or home call 467- 
7787 . 



For 18' by 22' 

laterlor Ealra 



Custom 
BnUt Homes 
Sundeeks 
Storm 
windows- 
doors 

FREE 
ESTIMATES 



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The cost is only $3.20for 20 words for one week, 16^ for each additional 
word. Your classified ad wilt run in the CHESAPEAKE POST, the 
VIRGINIA BEACH SUN and TIDEWATER LIFE. 



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THRiE HOMETOWN NEWSPAPERS PUBLISHED 
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stump Grinding A Removal 
Bash Hogging and Lot Clear 
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AT. CORPORATION - In- 
terior and exterior paint- 
lag. Resideatid jgal com - 
merlcial, rooting, remod- 
eling, si^ng. Aiqihing you 
don't have timo: for and 
can't find somaone to do 
just pick 19 your pbone and 
call us. Alter 6 p.m. 397- 
9046. 





You can trust aFT"l 

realiqrlS 



SASSER 



REALTOR 



HOUSE OF THE WEE^ 



' 5804 Miohaal Lane Greenfield Farms 

) niroo bedroom ranch, two baths, formal dining room 

> VAanniJaed at 136,500 

> Calllasser Raalty at 4M-8690 



The Realtors bdow are profeaaiOBals in real eatate 
wlw ntaerRte to a strict cede of Mhics as members 
a< tocalHdstaloboardssadof IheNatioBal Asseeiatioo 
of RseiEalats Boards. 




Protect yoiir InvwtnmntI S—wf o/ Hmw leading ana Raaltorsl 



'. Taylor Bros. Realty 
: 8104 Tyro Raak Rd. 



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1800 atMfit Ave. 
Chesapeake, Va. 23320 



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REALT0RS-ML8 
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If you have tf dog or cat or anything you want to give 
away, we will run your olassified ad absolutely FREE. 
Yes, tftat's right, we'll h^n your ad in our popular FREE 
BEE section. This is a public service provided by your 
hometown community newspaper. 

Your FREE BEE ad will reach just the ri^ people 
who will prwide' a nice home for your animal. And if it's 
something else you Kaveto give away, your friends and 
neighbors will appreciate your generosity. So call 547-: 
4571 to place your FREE BEE ad today. Or, if you pre- 
fer, send your FREE BEE announcement to : Byerly 
Publications, P.O. Box 1327, Chesapeake, Va. 23320. 

All announcements are published in all three Byerly 
Publications hometown newsp^rsr If you appreciate 
the service we are offering write us a "Letter to the 
editor.' We always want to know how we C8in serve you 
better. 






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To hraish Hbur Rrst Apartmeiri! 



Take advantage of today's affluence by sht^ing the Classi- 
fied Section of this newspaper. Many families raplace furniture, 
appliances, stereos, TV s, rugs, drapes snd omer things you 
rmed while they are«till in excellent condition. To make room 
for their new things, ttwse people run Classified Ads to sell 
^eir present things. This is a terrific opportunity for you to 
cash in on great buys! - 

^rt reading the Classified Ads today. You'll furnish your 
place just the way you want it, and save nraney at ttie same time. 



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United Virginia, through 
our bankers, lends more money 
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